Murdered nurse 'a loving soul'

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Nicholas Monene, the father of slain Tembisa Hospital nurse Lebogang Monene, and her sister, Provia Ngoepe, describe the healthcare worker as a loving and nurturing person who did not deserve to die. Photo : Rosetta Msimango/City Press
Nicholas Monene, the father of slain Tembisa Hospital nurse Lebogang Monene, and her sister, Provia Ngoepe, describe the healthcare worker as a loving and nurturing person who did not deserve to die. Photo : Rosetta Msimango/City Press

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The hustle and bustle outside Tembisa Hospital on Friday afternoon gave the impression that it was business as usual at the public health institution.

However, this could not be further from the truth, following the fatal shooting of one of its workers on Wednesday.

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