Many people go missing each and everyday. Sadly, many of them are always certified dead when police find them.
Sisipho Mayile went missing on Sunday, Jan 16 2022. She was a student at Qhayiya secondary school in Zwelihle. For nearly two weeks no one knew where she was. Today Tuesday, Jan 25 2022 a body believed to be that of missing matric student has been found in the bushes near Camphill bridge in Hermanus.
Sisipho Mayile had a bright future ahead of her until a murderer decided to shut all of her dreams forever by taking her life. No one deserves to die the way she died. May her soul rest in peace! The police say that a post-mortem and DNA test will be conducted to determine the cause of death.
Losing somebody you were close with is always painful. May the good Lord give Mayile's family strength to heal from the sorrow caused by Sisipho's death.
This world is cold. Even when you try by all means to stay away from trouble anything bad can happen to you. People get killed for perpetrating crime and people still get killed for doing absolutely nothing. It seems that schools are no longer safe institutions. A week ago a student killed his teacher, but today student is dead and no one knows what led to her murder.
How many more black students and teachers have to die? Police are doing everything to put a stop to all these killings, but it is as if they are not doing enough because crime rate keeps increasing almost everyday. Many people may blame the police for dropping the ball, but what is the society doing to retain peace in South Africa?
Both the police and the society, especially Community Policing Forums need to work together to fight crime. They need to clean the streets and make sure all the perpetrators get incarcerated. Safety in society needs prioritization.
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