South Africans need to stop this thing of them of tribalism. Killing individual Africans are not and won't ever be an answer for their concerns.
Limpopo occupants in Bolobedu killed a Mozambican man. It isn't yet clear the genuine justification for why this man was killed. However, charges say a young fellow was robbed by thugs who were searching for cash. Cops in Moleketla have begun with their examination of a Mozambican man, whose body was tracked down lying in a pool of blood on Sunday at 4:30 close to a RDP house he was leasing at Moletlane Village in more noteworthy Tzaneen.
Tzaneen Police correspondence official, sergeant Maurice Nkhwashu expressed that the police got an objection of homicide, on appearance an assemblage of 22-years of age Mozambique National was found with four profound cut injuries and a cut throat.
The instance of homicide has been opened and is being scrutinized. Police are interesting to anybody with data that can prompt the capture of suspects to contact Lt Col Ngwenya @0824690931 or 10 111.
South Africans if it's not too much trouble, stop with the killing, how about we join together and be a certain something, we are altogether Africans.
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