Sinoxolo Gcilitshana Obituary, Death – The University of the Free State would like to extend its most heartfelt condolences to the family and friends of its alumnus Sinoxolo Gcilitshana on the occasion of the loss of a family member or friend. The University of the Free State (UFS) is in a state of deep mourning after learning earlier this week that Sinoxolo Gcilitshana had died earlier in the week in a manner that was both shocking and dreadful. The circumstances surrounding his death were both shocking and dreadful. It happened earlier in the week that he passed away. The UFS has been overcome with an overwhelming sense of melancholy as a result of the death of Sinoxolo Gcilitshana.

Gcilitshana completed the requirements for her Bachelor of Education degree at the University of the Virgin Islands (UFS), where she had been enrolled as a student working toward the completion of her undergraduate degree program. The year 2017 was the year that she received her diploma. As an undergraduate student, she had been working toward obtaining this degree. She had dedicated her time there to working toward earning a degree in the field of education and had made significant headway toward achieving that objective during her time there. During the 2014–2015 academic year, he was a member of the residential committee of the Khayalami Residence and served in that capacity for the duration of that year.

In addition to that, he worked on campus as a resident advisor for some time. His campaign for the position of Prime Minister of the residence for the academic year 2015–2016, which he eventually won, was a resounding success and earned him the position. During that time, he was fulfilling his responsibilities as Prime Minister of the residence, which was a new role for him and a new responsibility. Due to the tragic nature of the situation, the administration of the university would like to take this opportunity to express its condolences to Gcilitshana’s family, friends, and fellow students and faculty members at the university. The news of Gcilitshana’s passing has left us numb with shock and profoundly bereft.