Breaking News! He Is No More. May His Soul Rest In Peace

Breaking News! He Is No More. May His Soul Rest In Peace

Breaking News! He Is No More. May His Soul Rest In Peace 1In South African schools, bullying is getting increasingly widespread. Over 58% of kids had experienced bullying at some point in their lives, whether verbal, physical or cyberbullying.

Bullying has existed in many forms for a long period of time, affecting children, teenagers, and even adults. It is a common occurrence in both schools and businesses. It has influenced a large number of people throughout their lives, and it is particularly prevalent in schools, both among students and teachers. Bullying in schools has caused pupils to lose hope in their ability to attend.

Bullying impacts a large number of people for a variety of causes and can have a detrimental effect on an individual’s life. Numerous young people have deserted their families and schools as a result of the bullying.

Bullying can have severe implications; in fact, bullying can directly result in someone committing suicide. According to officials, a 12-year-old child committed suicide after being tormented at school.

Bokang Pitso apparently committed himself following a quarrel with three other pupils who allegedly ganged up on him at school, according to the source.

According to the source, a teacher intervened and punished all of the men involved in the argument, but when Bokang came home, he hanged himself.

Unfortunately, Bokang is not the first youngster who has committed suicide as a result of school bullying, which is both tragic and devastating to observe.

Bullying should be addressed and dealt with seriously, particularly in schools, because it should not result in children taking their own lives. Schools should be a safe place for children to be, not a place where children are afraid to go due to the behavior of their classmates.

Bullies at school must be held accountable for their actions and must face consequences for their behavior. Bullying cannot be accepted as a normal occurrence in schools.


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