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Occupants reveals how Donkies disturb the dead.

source DONKEYS DISTURB THE DEAD! (dailysun.co.za)

Jackasses DISTURB THE DEAD!

Jackasses touching at a gravesite. INSET: Residents Sodiye Mahlangu, Lucas Mahlangu and Thomas Masango say they generally pursue the creatures away.

Memorial parks are sacrosanct spots, however, the jackasses don't dependably view it as such!

Jackasses in Tweefontein close to KwaMhlanga, Mpumalanga, are transforming the nearby cemetery into a munching field.

Occupants said the jackasses likewise obliterate the headstones.

Sodiye Mahlangu (64) said they go to the memorial park consistently to pursue the jackasses.

"They break the tombstones when they scratch their bodies. We need the district to put a fence around the graves.


"The jackasses are drawn in by the long grass. Families who own graves should confess all them with the goal that the jackasses don't touch here," said Sodiye.


Lucas Mahlangu (65) said they addressed the proprietors of the jackasses, however with no karma.


"The jackass proprietors should drive them to the shrub. Headstones are costly. The jackasses upset the dead who should find happiness in the hereafter.

"Not putting a fence around the graves shows the dead are not being regarded," he said


Thomas Masango (72) said jackass proprietors should assume liability for their creatures.


"The coming age should know the graves of their ancestors and the stones are there to stamp them. Presently families are left with the weight of fixing the tombstones again and afterwards butcher a goat or cow to mollify the dead," he said.


Sangoma Mehlwemamba Sikhosana said it's a no-no for creatures to step on graves.


"Cemeteries ought to forever be tranquil and the dead reprieve in harmony. Permitting creatures into the graves is an indication of insolence."


Thembisile Hani city representative Simphiwe Mashiyane Mokoka said fencing of cemeteries will be placed in the following financial plan.


"At the point when burial grounds are fenced, individuals will more often than not take the fence. They likewise open openings going back and forth to use as an easy route into the memorial park. We request that they abstain from that unfortunate quirk."


She said proprietors should take care of their jackasses, and guarantee that they're e headed to the shrubbery for brushing.

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