KZN Student’s Remains To Return From the Philippines to SA, Citizens Extend Condolences: “Rest in Power”

KZN Student’s Remains To Return From the Philippines to SA, Citizens Extend Condolences: “Rest in Power”

  • Sinegugu Myeni's remains will arrive in South Africa on Thursday at OR Tambo International Airport
  • The 28-year-old woman from KwaZulu-Natal tragically passed away while studying in the Philippines
  • The KZN provincial government is providing support to ensure Myeni receives a dignified send-off
The remain of Sinegugu Myeni will be returned to SA
Sinegugu Myeni's remains will be returned from the Philippines to SA. Image: Sinegugu Myeni
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The arrival of the remains of KwaZulu-Natal (KZN) student Sinegugu Myeni, who passed away in the Philippines on July 10, will be commemorated with a special prayer service at a chapel in OR Tambo International Airport on Thursday.

KZN government repatriates medical student's remains

Accompanied by KZN premier Nomusa Dube-Ncube, Myeni's family and relatives will formally receive her remains, and the burial is scheduled for Saturday.

The Zululand district mayor Thulasizwe Buthelezi and Dube-Ncube played a crucial role in facilitating the repatriation of Myeni's remains to South Africa, reported TimesLIVE.

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KZN government to assist in Sinegugu Myeni's funeral

Dube-Ncube extended condolences to the Myeni family saying that the provincial government stands with them during this difficult time.

She added that to ensure Sinegugu receives a dignified send-off, the provincial government has also committed to helping with funeral arrangements.

According to IOL, Sinegugu was a final-year medical student in the Philipines and passed away at the airport on July 10 before she could board a flight back to South Africa.

Sinegugu Myeni's passing touches South Africans

Molly Naidu mentioned:

"Sad indeed, sincere condolences to her family."

Dimakatso Josephine Tsotetsi commented:

"May her soul rest in peace. My deepest condolences to the bereaved family. "

Bawinile Ndawonde said:

"But we thank God she's back home, she will be buried with dignity. Siyabonga kwabafake isandla."

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Nathi Mhlongo mentioned:

"Very touching and sad rest in power my sister."

Dzunisani Praise asked:

"South Africans go to other countries legally to do legal things but they come back dead why?"

KZN PhD student who teaches English in China aims to help unemployed youth find jobs overseas

In another article, Briefly News reported that a hard-working 26-year-old PhD student from Empangeni in KwaZulu-Natal (KZN) is determined to help unemployed young people in South Africa.

Silindokuhle Mlondo is a doctoral student at the University of KwaZulu-Natal (UKZN), majoring in Biological Science with a special interest in Parasitology.

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Source: Briefly News

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