SAHRC denied access at NW resort where Enock Mpianzi died

BRITS - The South African Human Rights Commission (SAHRC) was on Tuesday denied access to the Nyati Bush and Riverbreak Resort where 13-year-old Enock Mpianzi died.

The SAHRC was legally representing the Parktown Boys' High School pupil after he died at a grade 8 orientation camp at the resort.

The commission and the family had requested to do a site visit, but they were locked out.

GALLERY: SAHRC denied access to resort where Enock Mpianzi drowned


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