Why mums kill their kids

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In the Bhisho High Court in the Eastern Cape on Thursday, Busisiwe Labi (34), who suffocated her two children last year, was sentenced to two prison terms of 22 years and six months for the murders. She will serve the sentences concurrently. Photo: Netwerk24
In the Bhisho High Court in the Eastern Cape on Thursday, Busisiwe Labi (34), who suffocated her two children last year, was sentenced to two prison terms of 22 years and six months for the murders. She will serve the sentences concurrently. Photo: Netwerk24

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This is according to Colonel Kirsten Clark, a clinical psychologist and commanding officer of the division of investigative psychology in the Western Cape, in a report compiled for the recent court case involving a woman in the Eastern Cape who suffocated her two sons with plastic bags in September last year.

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