Nxakato boarding master's death points to suicide

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FRANCISTOWN: Sowa Town police have confirmed the boarding master of Nxakato Junior Secondary School, who was alleged to have died in a car crash, had actually committed suicide.

Inspector Opelo Olebile said that the 48-year-old man did not die in a car accident as it was previously thought. 

He said that it was previously believed that the deceased met his death after he had lost control of his car while driving along a gravel road from Sowa Town to Tshwaane settlement. 

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