Parktown Boys' pledges to cooperate with investigation

Thirteen-year-old, Enoch Mpianzi, drowned at an orientation camp in the North West.

JOHANNESBURG - Parktown Boys High School has pledged its commitment to working with the Department of Education and the police in the investigation into the death of Grade 8 pupil, Enoch Mpianzi.

The school has vowed to provide input with "honesty and courage".

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Parktown Boys' High said it welcomes the speed with which the department is handling the matter.

Mpianzi's lifeless body was recovered last week Friday.

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He had gone missing the day before during an orientation exercise at Nyatsi Bushcamp in the North West.

Gauteng Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi has said he will release a report into the tragedy on Friday.

Meanwhile, a fundraising campaign to help support long-term needs of the Mpianzi family has been launched.