Police are researching what prompted the awful assault on the Tyeni town in the Eastern Cape, which prompted the passings of three men and a sum of 18 residences obliterated. THREE BODIES WERE FOUND NEAR THE VILLAGE WITH GUNSHOTS WOUNDS Police representative Sergeant Kaya Matola-Mvanyashe said the local area had emptied the region, dreading their wellbeing.
For the past four weeks, children from four villages in the Eastern Cape have not been able to go to school because their parents feared for their lives. This comes after three people were killed and 18 homes were set on fire after a battle near Port St Johns.
Two Eastern Cape villages, Tyeni and Gangatha in Port St Johns, are at war over cattle rustling. According to the ICA, three local people have been killed and 30 houses have been razed in recent weeks. GANGATHA PEOPLE ARE ACCUSING TIENI PEOPLE OF STEALING THEIR CATTLE
https://scrolla.africa/weeks-after-deadly-faction-fighting-school-children-still-pay-the-price/ Weeks after deadly faction fighting, school children still pay the price Sep 2021 For four weeks now, learners from four Eastern Cape villages have not been going to school because their parents fear for their safety. This comes after three people were killed and 18 homes set alight in faction fights around Port St Johns.