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Heartbreaking | Man Shot Dead By Neighbour Over Loud Music Dispute


Tragic | Neighbor shoots man dead after row over loud music

What happened to peaceful problem-solving methods like dialogue amongst individuals and reaching an understanding without resorting to force? Many people are separated instead of united, and eventually they won't all need one another. Black South Africans in particular appear to harbor ill will against one another.

They are hostile toward one another and always cheer when a black person is in a difficult situation.

We also cannot continue killing one another or employing violence, even for small matters. To demonstrate that we are civilized individuals, we must converse with others in a cool, collected manner. Now is the time to put an end to the viciousness.

Regarding brutality, a guy from Palmview, KZN was slain by his neighbor on Friday, 13 August during an argument that involved loud music in Palmview, KZN today afternoon (Friday).

At at 22:11, a Palmview homeowner called Reaction Unit South Africa (RUSA) to report a shooting. When reaction officers arrived at the area, they discovered that the Phoenix SAPS and other private security firms had already arrived. At around 20:30, the incident happened.

It was discovered that one person was detained after fatally shooting his neighbor following a tense altercation. The dead was just requesting his neighbor to turn down the volume of the music he was playing because it was too loud, according to an eyewitness, but the "killing" neighbor misunderstood it and a fight followed.

Killings of Black people always garner more attention. Today, a guy has passed away as a result of an issue that might have been settled without the use of weapons or any kind of violence. Black people won't ever unite as one if they continue to abuse one another like dogs, in my opinion. Life is nothing without love.

Khalil Gibran once said, "Life without love is like a tree without blossoms or fruit."

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