North West man who allegedly killed his mother, drank her blood afterwards, says shocked family

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Kedisaletse Mosoane, 53, was killed allegedly by her son.
Kedisaletse Mosoane, 53, was killed allegedly by her son.
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A North West man was arrested after he allegedly killed his mother and then drank her blood, leaving the victim's family and the community where they lived, in shock.

North West police spokesperson Colonel Adéle Myburgh said Boons police were called out to a "horrific murder scene" last Monday.

She said initial information indicated that there was a fight between Kedisaletse Elizabeth Mosoane, 53, and her 24-year-old son, Thabang.

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