JOHANNESBURG – Enock Mpianzi will be remembered at a memorial service at Parktown Boys’ High on Tuesday.
The 13-year-old grade eight pupil drowned during an orientation camp at the Nyati Bush and River Break lodge in Brits, North West, this month.
His body was found in the Crocodile River nearly two days after he went missing, prompting anger against the school.
The Mpianzi family is still grappling with many unanswered questions.
They want to know where the camp facilitators were when their son went missing and why it took so long for news of his disappearance to reach his relatives.
As investigations continue, hundreds of schoolmates, family and friends are expected to gather on Tuesday to pay tribute to the teen.
The memorial service is expected to start around noon.
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