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Tshegofatso Pule’s last words: ‘I want to come back home’

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Friends and relatives of slain Tshegofatso Pule hold balloons at her funeral, which took place in Meadowlands on Thursday. One of the balloons is imprinted with the image of her face and the message ‘Rest in peace, Tshego’. Picture: Tebogo Letsie
Friends and relatives of slain Tshegofatso Pule hold balloons at her funeral, which took place in Meadowlands on Thursday. One of the balloons is imprinted with the image of her face and the message ‘Rest in peace, Tshego’. Picture: Tebogo Letsie

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Last Thursday night, when 28-year-old Tshegofatso Pule walked out of the housing complex in which her boyfriend resided, she was apparently not in a good state of mind, and told a friend that she wanted to come back home.

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