Enock Mpianzi's family wants those found guilty of wrongdoing to be criminally charged

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The family of a Parktown Boys' High School Grade 8 pupil who drowned while attending an orientation camp near Brits in North West wants those found guilty of wrongdoing to be criminally charged.

 This as they embark on a civil case following the death of 13-year-old Enock Mpianzi who drowned in the Crocodile River while at the Nyati Bush and River Break Lodge. "If people committed criminal offences during this harrowing event, charges need to be laid against people who were at the event when it took place, alternatively maybe the principal, even the government.

Criminal charges must be instituted and whoever is liable must be called to account," the family's legal representative, Ian Levitt, told News24 on Thursday.

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