MEC FOR SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT NKAKARENG IS CONCERNED ABOUT MURDERS OF TWO WOMEN BY THEIR PARTNERS.
Limpopo MEC for Social Development Nkakareng Rakgoale says she is worried about the re-emergence of Gender Based Violence and Femicide incidents in the province. This after the murders of two women by their partners, first one in Extension 44 outside Polokwane and second one in Mbhalati village outside Malamulele.
MEC Nkakareng Rakgeoale says Daisy Makola was stabbed several times to death allegedly by her partner, yesterday in Extension 44, while Tsakani Maswanganyi was shot and killed also by her partner at Mbhalati village on Sunday.
MEC Rakgeoale says those criminals who are killing women and children must be brought to book. She says she hope that the police will fast-track their investigations and arrest the two suspects who are still on the run.
MEC Rakgeoale says it is very disturbing to hear that the attacks on women and children are continuing in the Province
MEC calls on those people are experiencing difficulties in their relationships to approach social workers and professionals for assistance.
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