Another tragic incident leaves South Africans shocked and question what is actually happening im the country.
It is reported that a man by the name of Bonga has been killed by his alleged girlfriend in eMtata.People are still shocked by the incident and how Bonga was actually killed.Apparently his girlfriend, Noluthando used a knife to stab Bonga and sadly he succumed due to the stab wounds.It is very heartbreaking to witness how recently partners kill each other in a very horrific way.
The country is left shuttered as they as still processing the incident of Namhla and now it another case of Bonga.
Apparently residents are planning to get justice for Bonga by having a peaceful protest on 26 May 2022 against Noluthando.It is reported that Noluthando is behind bars and she is applying for a bail which residents want to the court not to grant her any bail.
People are broken by the way Noluthando killed Bonga and believe she deserves to stay behind bars for quite long.
Source: Blessings Ramoba Blog
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