Another Gender Based Violence (GBV) incident simply happened prior before evenfall in Ga-Sekgopo in Limpopo. It is exceptionally miserable how ladies recently get killed by their partners.Many lady the nation over have lost their lives because of the Gender Based Violence (GBV) taking place.Apparently these kind of incident don't occur around Limpopo yet around the nation and it continues to happen.Women have been crying out for help, pleading men to stop the maltreatment against ladies and youngsters however appears as though things are getting worse.Another shocking incident has been accounted for in Ga-Sekgopo, it is accepted a man killed his own wife after a verbal debate turned seriously.
GA-SEKGOPO - Earlier today before the evening a man murdered his wife just after a verbal argument that turned violent and resulted in the wife being brutally killed, the incident happened at Setaseng in Ga-Sekgopo, Limpopo. Police tried to discover what led to the argument but even the source does not know what was the cause of the dispute.
Usually when you tell people you are from a rural area or a village area.People tend to judge you and basically look down on you.It doesn't matter whether you are well of or not.Because people are fixed on the fact that villages are for poor people only.
Our behavior is out of line these days. People no longer care that much about diseases, they live everyday allocated to them by God like it's their last. Most of us even party from sunrise to sunset and we end up sleeping around when we are drunk! Speaking of sleeping around, a 34 year old young woman named Magdeline from ga-Sekgopo got herself trapped in a predicament, after having what is called a 'foursome' with three guys she met at a local tarven 5 months ago. According to her, she got lured by these guys
By Theodorah Mawasha GA-SEKGOPO - A Mathematics educator, Piet Rampedi, who was employed at Marobathota High School reportedly lost a battle to Covid-19 on Tuesday. Department of Education Mankweng Circuit paid tribute to Rampedi of its social media platform that: "Marobathota High School has lost its first deputy principal, Piet Rampedi, who was laid to rest today (Thursday) in Ga-Sekgopo village." According to the school principal... Mokoka, Rampedi joined the institution in 2011. He described the deceased
dad and mom and community participants in Ga-Sekgopo inside the extra Letaba Municipality, Limpopo, have closed-down Kgola Ka leleme high school.
Parents and community members in Ga-Sekgopo in the Greater Letaba Municipality, Limpopo, have closed-down Kgola Ka leleme High School.
GA-SEKGOPO – Earlier before evenfall, a man killed his wife at Setaseng, Ga-Sekgopo after a verbal dispute turned violent and resulted in the wife being killed. According to a source, it is unclear what was the main cause of the dispute at the moment and members of the public are curios.
The 16 Days of Activism for No Violence against Women and Children Campaign (16 Days Campaign) is a United Nations campaign which takes place annually from 25 November (International Day of No Violence against Women) to 10 December (International Human Rights Day). Currently whole world is on those days, unfortunately in South Africa this days are always accompanied by abuse of women and children.
although the issue of being flooded seems to be getting better in many communities for many of our communities are currently experiencing some light rainfall.unfortunately we cannot say the same about the community of Ga Sekororo in limpopo under the municipality of muruleng. What happened is that the community of Ga sekgopo got some heavy rains on Thursdays and so far an unknown woman got swept away while trying to cross the mosunana river at lorraine. It is allerged that that is not the only unfortunate event