BUSHBUCKRIDGE - South African citizens are very shocked by a very tragic incident that happened in Mpumalanga. There are reports indicating that a woman from bushbuckridge has tapped her partner after he refused to give her R200 which she asked from him and that money was from his R350 SRD stipend to purchase baby diapers. The unfortunate part is that the victim sustained severe ones which led to his death, police were called to the scene and investigated what happened.
There's so many claims that she wanted to buy Pampers since they were on sale therefore she needed the money desperately however her boyfriend allegedly refused and claimed that he wants to use the money to go out and drink with his friends. This immediately led to a verbal dispute which ended up resulting in him being fatally stabbed by his partner who was reacting out of anger. The woman stepped him four times in the heart with a knife and he immediately died on the spot. The mother of the deceased refused to open a murder case against the woman and said she will handle things traditionally.
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