People often consider police stations as a safe sanctuary but not for Tshepo Cheke. The Butterworth man hit national news headlines after he killed his girlfriend of six years, Asalinto Lumkwana, metres from the Msobomvu police station. The two had apparently been arguing over a laptop when Cheke struck without remorse.
Source: Sowetan “Please do not kill me, I have to take care of my child and my sick mother. Please help me, he is going to kill me and please take care of my child.” Those were the last words of Asalinto Lumkwana, who was stabbed to death, allegedly by her boyfriend. The incident happened on Saturday morning at Mchubakazi township outside Butterworth, Eastern Cape, just a few houses from Lumkwana’s home. It is alleged that Lumkwana, 26, was stabbed to death in the presence of the suspect’s mother. Lumkwana
Some days after celebrating the women's month ,South Africa continues to feel the agony of losing the lives of God's greatest creations, women.This was after the Sowetan Live reported about the agony and anger that was felt by the community of Butterworth which is in the Eastern Cape.This came after the death of a young woman on Saturday morning,reported the Sowetan live. The Sowetan reported that Asalinto Lumkwana was allegedly stabbed at the suspect's home in Mchubakazi township. It was reported by the Sowetan
The news about women who are brutally Murdered by men always leave people sad as no one has the right to take a life. The killing of women has left many wondering if the lives of women amount to nothing as they are being killed everyday like nothing. In this recent news, what has rubbed people the wrong way is the fact that a woman left her son beating a young woman. The community of of Butterworth in Eastern Cape are fuming and have promised to March to court to see justice take its course after the mother
Source. SowetanLive The news about a young woman who was brutally Murdered by a young man has left a bitter taste in most people's lives as they can believe that a mother would let such happen without intervening in the matter. It's not a secret that South Africa has the highest rate of Femecide in the world. In the country, women are being killed every after 8 hours. The statistics show that the country is in a crisis. The community of Butterworth in the Eastern Cape are fuming after hearing what has transpired