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Friends and relatives of the slain 28-year-old Tshegofatso Pule holding balloons with one bearing her face with a message "Rest in Peace Tshego" in Meadowlands at her funeral on June 11 2020. Photo:Tebogo Letsie/City Press
Friends and relatives of the slain 28-year-old Tshegofatso Pule holding balloons with one bearing her face with a message "Rest in Peace Tshego" in Meadowlands at her funeral on June 11 2020. Photo:Tebogo Letsie/City Press

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Tshegofatso Pule’s uncle Tumisang Katake recalled the gruesome murder of his niece during the sentencing of her murderer in July, saying that it felt like they were burying her again.

Pule’s death is among the many gender-based violence murder cases that have shaken the country.

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