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RIP: This Beautiful Lady Went Missing On 26 July, See How She Was Found Dead By Her Mother

Following the recent bad news that have been flying in South Africa, people are no longer safe as they go outside for their daily hustle to make ends meet. It's now becoming a norm that we couldn't live a whole week without receiving sad news of people's death in the country.

Recall that there have been a pending case of eight young ladies that was raped by group of men recently. Today another worst news have reached our desk stating a lady was found dead by her family after weeks of searching. According to sources, the lady identified as Unathi ‘Candice’ Mabiza, 25, was last seen on 16th July, 2022 at a family's ceremony. She met with her friends after the party and no one could tell of her whereabout.

However, on 10th of this month, she was found by her mother at a police station in Gqeberha. She was allegedly raped and burned beyond recognition. Her mother was the one who could recognise because of her tattoos. Meanwhile, the police are yet to brig anybody under custody for murder at the moment.

It was indeed a sad news for the family and all of us in the country. Receiving multiple bad news in the recent days shows that the country is in a very bad state and government are not working hard enough to protect its citizens. Below are what netizens are saying about her terrible death:

@Holm, What is happening to our country its no longer safe for a woman or child anymore . So sad that we woman can not be free in our own country.

@Mjayezi, So basically we all next, coz I bet she was also coming across such posts and thinking the very same thing as us.

@Ntsala, No mothers should see their children in that state. How do u get over seeing ur child like that.

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