On the road to Matsha

The Letlhakeng-Morwamusu Road PIC. THALEFANG CHARLES
The Letlhakeng-Morwamusu Road PIC. THALEFANG CHARLES

Sometimes being a journalist can make one feel like a vulture. This was the thought that I had as we drove through the Letlhakeng-Morwamosu road chasing the story of the Matsha tragedy.

As the nation knuckled down to pray for the lost young souls, my colleague Sharon Mathala and I were assigned to Kang to get  the whole story from the school, the surviving children, parents and police.

We were expected to locate grieving parents, shocked schoolmates, troubled officials and get the story of what really happened. We were expected to go in-depth than had already been related, and to ask the difficult questions.  While everyone was united in mourning the students, we were the insensitive duo that were demanding answers.

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