A tragic domestic related violence occurred where a man who cannot be named brutally stabbed his wife to death then committed suicide.
According to the daily talk SA news report, a man who worked as a taxi driver has stabbed his own wife to death and then committed suicide yesterday 22 September 2021 at their home in Orlando East, Gauteng province, the circumstances leading up to the murder has not yet been established but it's alleged that the deceased has used to always behave in a violent manner.
According to the sister of the deceased wife the man used to always threaten to kill his wife and daughter everytime they would get into an argument, it came to a point where the daughter was moved to stay with her grandmother for her own safety, she has not been harmed in this incident.
The deceased couple is originally from Nthlaveni, outside Giyani in Limpopo they moved to Orlando East when the man got a job as a Taxi driver.
This tragic incident should serve as a warning to all women who are experiencing abuse from their partners in a relationship to exit the relationship as soon as possible before it ends in tragedy.
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