The parents of Parktown Boys’ pupil Enock Mpianzi said as a result of their son’s death, they have suffered impaired mental health and are in need of medical treatment.
Their son’s death was due to negligence of the school.
At the high court in Pretoria, it was revealed in summons filed by their attorney – Ian Levitt, where the family tabled a civil claim of R20m against:
the Gauteng department of education,
Nyathi Bush and River Break,
the school governing body, and
sacked principal Malcolm Williams.
According to Levitt, the R20m figure constitutes all grief and constitutional damages the family is requesting for their suffering.
The more you understand yourself, the more silence there is, the healthier you are. —Maxime Lagacé