Sinoxolo Gcilitshana, a renowned English language teacher at Eersterust Secondary School, passed away earlier today. Read on to learn how did Sinoxolo Gcilitshana die, what happened to him, and what was the cause of his sudden death.
Gcilitshana was a world-class English and History township school teacher. The emerging scholar and academic expert’s death has left his close ones extremely sad and depressed.
Who was Sinoxolo Gcilitshana?
Sinoxolo Gcilitshana was a widely known English and History from Keiskammahoek, Eastern Cape. He was born on December 11, 1994, and worked at Eersterus Secondary School in Pretoria, South Africa.
Sinoxolo had a Bachelor of Education (Education) degree from the University of the Free State and a Bachelor of Education (Honours) with a major in History Education from the University of Cape Town.
The young man was on a path of transforming Africa and was a Young African Leadership Institute alumnus. His leadership skills were remarkable. In 2015, he was chosen to serve as the Prime of his 180-student residence and then became the College Prime the next year.
How did Sinoxolo Gcilitshana die?
Sinoxolo Gcilitshana died on Wednesday, November 30, 2022. He was just 27 at the time of his sudden death. His sudden passing left everyone shocked and sad as his aura attracted everyone who knew him.
The unfortunate news of Sinoxolo Gcilitshana’s death was confirmed by a series of social media posts from people like Professor Jonathan Jansen, Mamokgethi Phakeng, and the former President of the UFS SRC.
Friends and colleagues are paying respect to the young man who left the world too soon. No one is going to forget the impact that was left on the minds of many in this short lifespan.
Sinoxolo Gcilitshana dead at 27: What was the cause of death?
The specific cause of the death of Sinoxolo Gcilitshan at the young age of 27 years is unknown at the time of writing. It wasn’t mentioned in any of the statements announcing the sad news. It’s also not known if his death was natural or if there was a tragedy involved in his passing.
We are trying to reach out to the people close to him to gather more information about the circumstances surrounding the death of Sinoxolo Gcilitshana. Once our team is able to find more information, we will update this section.
UCT VC Mamokgethi Phakeng leads tributes for Sinoxolo Gcilitshana
Mamokgethi Phakeng, the vice chancellor of UCT, was among the first to pay tributes to Sinoxolo Gcilitshana. Phakeng mourned the loss of the young man in an emotional post with a video highlighting moments of Gcilithshana’s life.
The VC also wrote a touching message that left everyone viewing the post in tears. A number of friends and other people online joined in the comments to pay respect to the departed soul.
The funeral arrangements of Sinoxolo Gcilitshana are pending at this time. Our deepest condolences go out to his family in these tough times. May God let them heal quickly and allow the deceased to rest easy.