On Saturday, 13 February, Const Phindile Mabena (28), stationed at eMbalenhle Police Station, fired her 33-year-old partner, Mr Sfiso Sindane, and their 5-month-old baby, Amahle, before turning her pistol on herself. At around 5pm at Mr Sindane's house in Ext 2 eMbalenhle, the disaster occurred.
At the scene, Const Mabena was pronounced dead. Mr Sindane was hurried to the nearest doctor, but upon arrival he was pronounced dead. Baby Amahle was also hurried to the ambulance, stabilized, and moved to the hospital where she died later.
A number of persons have become so highly distraught that they wind up going worse and though they pursue health support. Some rely on happier drugs that are intended to keep them calmer, but they end up becoming sicker and poorer.
Not every drug or antidepressant can function the same for everyone, once they discover the one that fits best for them, others have to adjust meds.
Mzansi came to a standstill after reports of a 28-year-old constable who killed herself appeared on social media on February 13, 2021. The female constable not only committed suicide in leaked communications that are posted on social media. Instead, she murdered her infant and her boyfriend, who was five months old.
She states that she did everything to seek treatment and appeal to loved ones, but she was not saved, that death was the only choice. Her suicide note was leaked. Many that attempt suicide, she said, are not as frail as she once believed.
The local police did not want to speculate on what may have happened, causing Const Mabena to commit the crime. Two homicide investigations and an investigation are being prosecuted.
Phindile Mabena was posted at the police station in eMbalenhle (Photo: Supplied).
Lieut-Genl Mondli Zuma, Mpumalanga Police Chief, has called on police officers to seek assistance if they are faced with domestic problems rather than struggling on their own to solve depressing issues.
He said it is important to prevent certain unfortunate events if the involved parties pursue clinical assistance.
Genl Zuma said the police have a fitness and wellbeing department for staff that deals in police officers' well-being and is compensated by the state.
He encouraged members to allow good use of the EHW, where any social burden they can face may be alleviated.
Before turning a pistol on herself at around 5 pm yesterday, 13 February, a 28-year-old police constable posted at eMbalenhle Police Station fired her 33-year-old partner and her five-month-old daughter.
At the scene, she was pronounced dead. The boyfriend was rushed to a local facility, but on arrival, he was pronounced dead.
The baby girl was hurried to the clinic as well, revived and admitted to a hospital where she died later.
Two homicide incidents and an inquiry are being conducted by the authorities.
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