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Man stabbed to death near Stilfontein

2012-07-07 18:34

Johannesburg - A man was stabbed to death in the early hours of Saturday morning in Khuma near Stilfontein, North West police said.

The 22-year-old was at a night vigil when he decided to go out and buy cigarettes, Captain Pelonomi Makau said.

When he arrived back at the night vigil he collapsed. He had been stabbed on the left side of his chest.

It was alleged that the man was murdered by members of a gang operating in the township, said Makau.

No arrests have been made.

Comments
  • mncedisi.budaza - 2012-07-07 19:44

    Iesh khuma,

  • Hermann - 2012-07-07 19:45

    Farm murders get great reaction, should we not add township murders to our reaction as well. Waiting for Afriforum and the right wing to castigate me,an Afrikaner, now.

  • Steven Trollip - 2012-07-07 19:54

    Another smoker bites the dust!

  • sharon.erwin.96 - 2012-07-07 21:06

    When a government takes power, they undertake to protect their citizens and ensure their safety. People are terrified to go out after dark, and with just reason. Nobody is safe anywhere anymore. How sad is that?????

      joe.smit.547 - 2012-07-08 02:16

      When Government takes power, they undertake to do whatever suites themselves. Where did you see a commitment to serve the people?

  • Cassandra Eileen Olivier - 2012-07-07 22:49

    I have heard that smoking kills you, but I never thought it would get you killed this way

  • Rory Neil Price - 2012-07-07 22:51

    Zim is in no way as violent as SA, more people are murdered in SA per year than all the people killed in both Afghanistan and Iraq combined, the Government is failing in their duty of care, they more interested in lining their own pockets, than protecting its citizens, another tragic death

  • zenithdolphin - 2012-07-09 10:27

    Black or white, coloured or Indian... ALL South Africans live in fear, and I'd like to know the stats of murder/rape/violence in the "townships" in compariosn to the rest...I'm sure they would be significantly higher there.Anyone know these stats?

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