The African National Congress Women’s League (ANCWL) urges for a specialised investigation at uMthwalume community in regards to the cold blooded murders.
The KwaZulu-Natal south coast community is sinking in fear after bodies of five women in the area over the past six months where found.
Two men were arrested as suspect of the crime, but one allegedly committed suicide while in police custody.
The other suspect has been released due the lack of clarification and prove that he is guilty however there was no valuable source of evidence proclaimed/provided.
The ANCWL has joined growing calls for the investigation looking into the murders to be expedited
It statement was revealed as;" We find it hard to believe reports that exonerate the second suspect, when he was initially identified and implicated by the first".
Even though Police Minister Bheki Cele visited the community last week, residents of uMthwalume said the crimes have left them paralyzed with fear,however they were pleading for justice.
In a statement, the ANCWL was constructive by calling in the government to implement ,find & penetrate the directical causes of forcibly evicted violence and to invigilate the behavioural attitudes of men because women around the world are nomore precariously in a comfortable zone.
the community Is optimistic although they are in fear They have the fedility that the government with the police will help concor the indecent behaviour of men and boys growing in every community.
"This month we should commemorating and appreciating women but some men are killing them,Why ? & what do they gain by being violence to our mothers and sisters?" How can you kill and rape a woman because they are Izimbokodo zesizwe _Yet a woman Raise you and gave birth to you without knowing how you were going to grow up and embibe the undignified manner of how other men In societies are!.
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