A school in Limpopo recently paid a beautiful tribute to the victims of the Driehoek tragedy which happened a year ago. The pupils observed a moment of silence in honour of those who died.
Mbhureni Primary school in Giyani, Limpopo, observed a moment of silence for the tragic events which unfolded in Hoërskool Driehoek. A walkway collapsed, killing children at the school a year ago.
In the morning assembly, the principal, Mrs Rikhotso, led the school in observing a moment to honour the fallen learners.
The school has sent a message that South Africa is indeed a rainbow nation.
Facebook users shared their thought about the post. Lindie Lindiwe Lindie said:
"This is how SA should be."
Vigie Naidoo said:
"What's sad about all this it takes a tragedy to unite people. My plea is to stay united as South Africans and build a nation. That would be the greatest honour we can bestow on these children that lost their lives. Long live their legacy"
Jenny Mees said:
"What a wonderful gesture that teaches all the learners a lovely life lesson to feel empathy for others"
Monique Cilliers said:
"Your kindness will not go unnoticed - may you are yours be blessed. Thank you"
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