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Waiting for justice | Man to stand trial for murder of his ex almost two years later

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Tshepo Rakoma's mother, Eunice Rakoma, and friend Bridget Ramokone are at Seshego in Limpopo. Photo: Rosetta Msimango/City Press
Tshepo Rakoma's mother, Eunice Rakoma, and friend Bridget Ramokone are at Seshego in Limpopo. Photo: Rosetta Msimango/City Press

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Her lifeless body was slumped over her lunch and a bullet wound to the head exposed the vile cruelty meted out.

Her mother, who was called to the crime scene where her second-born child had just been killed, will, for the rest of her days be traumatised.

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