2 years later the student who beat Lufuno until she committed su!cide has also died yesterday. She died the most painful way.

Two years ago, the family of 15-year-old Limpopo pupil Lufuno Mavhunga was grappling with the profound loss of their daughter. In April of that year, Lufuno tragically took her own life by overdosing on pills, just hours after enduring a brutal beating in a bullying incident at Mbilwi Secondary School.

The assault, captured on video and shared on social media, depicted Lufuno being repeatedly slapped.

The devastating news of Lufuno’s death reverberated across the nation, shedding light on the issue of school bullying. Her brother, Dakalo Mavhunga, expressed the enduring pain and damage caused by her untimely death, emphasizing the impact on their mother’s health. Lufuno’s absence was acutely felt during the festive season, a time when she used to bring the family together with her cheerful presence.

Despite the family’s grief, forgiveness remained a complex process, particularly as the family of the girl who assaulted Lufuno had not formally reached out to them. Dakalo acknowledged that forgiveness takes time and a genuine request for forgiveness, which, in this case, hadn’t been extended to the family directly.

Lufuno’s funeral took place on April 17 in Limpopo, marking the end of a tumultuous chapter for the family. A 15-year-old was arrested and charged with assault in connection with the incident, and the case had been scheduled for a court hearing in January 2022.

Fast forward to the present, the news has emerged that the girl who bullied Lufuno has reportedly taken her own life. The haunting twist to the story was confirmed on SABC news, where it was stated that she was allegedly tormented by visions of Lufuno’s ghost.

The unexplained events have left the community grappling with the belief in the supernatural and the notion of karma coming full circle. Just before she died its said

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