University Of Fort Hare Master’s Student Allegedly Stabbed To Death By His Girlfriend. Police officials have opened a file for the stabbing of Master’s student from the University of Fort Hare, Yonela Boli, that was stabbed.
Police officials have opened a file for the stabbing of Master’s student from the University of Fort Hare, Yonela Boli, that was stabbed. According to reports, the man was allegedly murdered by his girlfriend during the weekend. The event occured on a Saturday morning at the tertiary institution’s Alice Campus, at the Iona Residence.
The 24-year-old student was pursuing his master’s studies in geology. The girlfriend allegedly stabbed him after there was a fight between the both of them. The girlfriend, who was apprehended, was discovered to also have been a geology master’s student. Brigadier Thembikosi Kinana, the Eastern Cape police spokesperson, told the SABC News that they still examining the conditions surrounding the murder of the master’s student. The spokesperson did acknowledge that a lady was apprehended.
The Vice Chancellor of the University of Fort Hare, Professor Sakhela Buhlungu, says the institution denounces any type of violent act. “The University of Fort Hare condemns all forms of violence on and off campus and will monitor the case to ensure the law runs its course. We are deeply disturbed by the tragic loss of a young life even before the academic programme for 2020 has commenced. We are even more troubled that the perpetrator is also a senior student at this fine institution,” says Professor Sakhela Buhlungu.
by Alexandra Ramaite