Husband kills his wife for money in Limpopo. | Fiction
By Ramsey_Molekoa | self meida writer
Published 5 days ago - 824 views
Alfred Ramothaba, a 36 year old man from Seleteng in Limpopo killed his wife for money. This was after the wife went to mashonisa to borrow some few bucks so that they can buy a few items in the house.
The money borrowed by the wife was only R350 and the man wanted a share from it. The wife tried to explain to him that this money was not even enough to cover their needs. The husband did not listen, he started making negative remarks. He told his wife that it was so evil of her for refusing to him just a R50 so that he can buy alcohol and chill with other men.
The woman then reminded him that before losing his job, that is what he used to do, buy alcohol and drink with his friends without helping her with home needs. This made the man angry, he strangled her to death just for refusing to give him R50 that was supposed to buy him food.
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