Another heartbreaking story of young woman who was raped and killed by a stranger visiting the Bizana village.
Everyweek we discover stories of young women who were either raped or killed by their romantic partners but this story is a bit different as this young girl was murdered by a stranger who was visiting the village. The suspect reportedly arrived in the village 3 days prior to the accident. The suspect said his name was Lebohang and there’s no any other information about except that he speaks Sesotho.
Asisiphe Mdodana’s body was discovered by a male relative in a back room with multiple stab wounds at Matwebu village in Bizana after she had gone missing. The family is seeking assistance in locating the alleged perpetrator. He is described as a dark man with a Mohawk haircut and a 2$6 tattoo on his neck. If seen please contact your nearest police station so he can be apprehended. Such cases need the unity of communities as they hardly get media attention. Let’s work together to put these senseless criminals behind bars so that children can be safe in communities. Rest In Peace Asisiphe Mdodana.
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