A murder inquest has been established after a woman was show twice in the head.
Police found three spent cartridges on the crime scene and investigations are ongoing. She was reportedly shot twice in the head and once in the body.
Police have further confirmed that the 46 year old victim was gunned down on Monday evening in Langa, Cape Town.
This comes just days after 15-year-old Aqeelah Schroeder was also shot dead in Cape Town.
Community Police Forum’s chairperson, Alfred Magwaca, said residents in the area were baffled by the killing.
The motive for the killing is still not known as investigations are currently ongoing.
Magwaca added that they would meet as a community to talk about the incident and find ways to add security in their community.
The incident also comes at a time when South Africa is celebrating Women's Month. Even though it is still not clear what transpired during the shooting, the loss of life is always tragic.
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