A lot needs to be done in South Africa these days. More women are being killed and dumped all because of cheating. This time a young lady from the Eastern Cape has been murdered by her boyfriend. While the man who married her is in Russia for work.
It is reported that Nokwanda Maguga Patocka, aged 44years died of head injuries after she was strangled. And later punched with a sharp object by a 49years old man who she was cheating her German-born husband with. The report shared explained that Michael Patocka married her for over 29years and left for work in Russia.
A source proves that her husband is flying back to South Africa devastated. And is expected to arrive into the country on Wednesday. The information about this murder was shared on social media by Blessing Ramoba. People were left out of words as they disappointed by what women are going through. All because of not being satisfied for what they have in life.
Sometimes a love triangle can cause serious pain than most people think. This kind of cases are reported daily. All because of cheating and lies.
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