Wonders will never cease to happen in South Africa. Everyday, we are faced with different unpleasant news report that tingles the ear and the rate at which this incidents takes place is still on the high side.
In an emerging development, a 40 year old man who was having a good time in his car which was parked parked outside his house was shot dead by a yet to be identified persons.
The deceased man was in company of his female companion when the incident took place outside his residence situated in Kimberley.
Police are currently investigating the incident to uncover the persons involved in the man's death.
"The Northern Cape police are investigating a case of murder after a 40-year-old man was gunned down in Kimberley. The man was sitting in his car outside his residence with a female companion when the incident occurred."
This very situation demands urgent attention because South Africans cannot continue to live in fear when we have a government that pledged to ensure that its citizens are protected at all times.
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