- 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 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.
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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."
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?"
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Source: Briefly News