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RIP : Her body was found not far from her home. This devil is linked to little Bontle's death

When we pray and things are not going the way we want them to we think God does not care about us. How can he care about us when we are busy killing innocent children? Children don't deserve to be killed. They deserve to live their lives in peace.

A little girl named Bontle Mashiyane was killed and her body was found dumped in Mganduzweni (Mpumalanga) not very far from where she was staying. The motive behind her death is not yet known but a man who is in his 40s and his accomplices were arrested. Bontle's mom told the media that when her deceased daughter was found, her body was mutilated.

Bontle had so much to live for but a man who deserves to be called a monster decided to take her life away. Organisations that work with children and families must have safeguarding policies and procedures in place. Children have to be protected at all times.

It’s tempting to write serial killers off as monstrous, inhuman aberrations and nothing more. Serial killers walk among us every day, going to the same schools and the same workplaces as we do, consuming the same news and forming the same opinions as us. They hide in plain sight by camouflaging themselves amongst the general populace as functioning human beings.

However, a serial killer might let their mask slip on occasion.You’ve probably heard terms like psychopathic, sociopathic, narcissistic and psychotic used in relation to the psychopathology of serial killers, and it’s true that these personality disorders (and various others) are often common serial killer characteristics.

Providing families with the skills needed to better cope with, to manage and overcome stresses that can lead to violence is also critical. This includes socio-economic packages and skills building to tackle poverty and unemployment, as well as access to psychological support services. The training of teachers, child and youth care workers and other social service professionals in psychosocial support will help them identify concerns among children before they escalate.

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Bontle Mashiyane


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