Worldmentalhealthday, Suicide, Leeto Khoza, World Mental Health Day

Worldmentalhealthday, Suicide

[WATCH] Giving up hope: My suicide confession

As Wednesday marks World Mental Health Day, Leeto Khoza speaks about his long struggle with depression.

10.10.2019

FROM THE ARCHIVES: 💔“The second time was easy because I wanted to take pills. I took about 6 sleeping pills... But it didn’t work.” Soweto resident Leeto Khoza opens up about his struggle with depression. WorldMentalHealthDay

As Wednesday marks World Mental Health Day , Leeto Khoza speaks about his long struggle with depression.

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