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Eastern Cape man killed his girlfriend and went to work, see details

Picture: Getty images During a heated argument, an Eastern Cape man assaulted his girlfriend with a steel pipe and then left her for dead in Gqeberha while he went to work. Captain Gerda Swart, a police spokesperson, said the 30-year-old man turned himself in after returning home from work on Friday and discovering that his girlfriend, whom he had left lying on the floor the night before, was still in the same position and not moving.

  5 months ago ago
Eastern Cape man killed his girlfriend and went to work, see details

SOCIETY

He beat his girlfriend with a pipe then covered her with a blanket and left her lying on the floor.

A 30-year-old man has handed himself over to a police station in Kwazakele for the murder of his 30-year-old girlfriend which happened at their residence in Jam Ally, Greenfield, Kwazakele. According to the saps news report, on Friday 26 November 2021 a 30-year-old man himself over to a police station in Kwazakele, he confessed to police that he murdered his 30-year-old girlfriend on Thursday 25 November 2021 at their residence in Jam Ally, Greenfield, Kwazakele.

  5 months ago ago
He beat his girlfriend with a pipe then covered her with a blanket and left her lying on the floor.

SOCIETY

Gqeberha man to appear in court for allegedly beating his girlfriend to death with a steel pipe

The incident happened during the 16 Days of Activism for No Violence Against Women and Children campaign. Image: 123RF/Fernando Gregory Milan A man (30) from Gqeberha was arrested after he assaulted and murdered his girlfriend with a steel pipe. The couple is said to have argued on Thursday around 23:30 at their home in Jam Ally, Greenfield, Kwazakele.

  5 months ago ago
Gqeberha man to appear in court for allegedly beating his girlfriend to death with a steel pipe

ECONOMY-FINANCE

Two mega bridges and seven other major road works projects set to create work for 8000 people

On Thursday President Cyril Ramaphosa said " Government paid careful attention to the environmental impact in the envisaged N2 Wild Coast road mega project which will link the Eastern Cape with KwaZulu - Natal. Ramaphosa was at Msikaba in Lusikisiki, in Eastern Cape, on Thursday, where he visited the construction site of the multi- billion rand Msikaba bridge.

  8 months ago ago
Two mega bridges and seven other major road works projects set to create work for 8000 people