A Zimbabwean family living in South Africa is still failing to coming to terms with the fact that they are breadwinner was shot and killed right in front of them. There's nothing worse than witnessing the murder of a loved one because it is something that will traumatize you for the rest of your life. According to reports four unknown man pounced into their home and two of the men were wearing masks that cover their faces and they started demanding cash from the family and it was around 3 a.m. in the morning.
Mathew (Nyoka) Madukufamba was 50 years old, he gave them the kids just as they demanded but after doing so the criminals just shot him right in front of his wife and 21 year old son, Michael Nyoka, said he was working outside and had his earphones on. The gate that demanded a lot of things when they went inside the house and his father for just operating while they pulled him away and told him to get them the car keys as well as his phone and when they got inside the house they were told to lie down.
This is a very tragic story and the suspects behind the murder of the Zimbabwean man allegedly found and arrested. Just because someone is not from this country does not mean that they deserve such a treatment. The crime rate in the country is very high and the problem is that we have a very weak justice system which is why you criminals are always doing as they please as they are aware that nothing harmful is going to happen to them but if there was death penalty than crime will be very low. What's your take on this?
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