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A New Assassination occurred Yesterday, A gunman opened fire on three people.

The rate of assassinations have been slowly growing in South Africa, with people being taken out for various reasons. Anything from business competitors to people who are just angry, order hits on other people and for a small prices, assassin's will end their lives. Sadly resorting to murder before negotiating or sorting out your problems, seems like it's becoming the norm in South Africa. Ina new case a man lost his life last night to an assassin, all the details are below.

Murdered for unknown reasons :

RUSA (Reaction Unit South Africa) responding to a call of a shooting incident last night. Upon arrival they were lead to the crime scene where the found one man with multiple gunshot wounds, unfortunately the man had died at the scene. Another victim was transported to hospital privately before there arrival.

According to reports, three men were walking along a pathway when an unknown gunman opened fire on them. The men weren't robbed so while the motive is unknown, it's clear that the gunman wanted to kill them. This event occurred in the Phoenix area which has been in the news for multiple different reasons Recently. So what does this mean for South Africans.

What are the implications of this situation :

The sad truth is that this type of crime is growing in popularity, so many people are losing their lives because of the grudges that others hold. They can buy the murder o another person for what I assume is just a few thousand Rand. As we go on in this Country I advise all South Africans to be careful and take any threat against there life as very serious. What do you think of these observations, tell me in the comments section and follow for more news as it happens.

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