Murder of woman has become a common occurrence. We read stories every day of women being murdered by their partners. It is a huge problem in our country. It seems like violence is the way so many people choose to go. Human lives does not seem to matter.
Tshinakaho Munyai (15) was last seen walking with a male from the Lion Inn Resort in Tshivhilwi village on Saturday night.
The body of the 15 year old girl was found in Vhodwe village on Sunday at around 7pm. An 18 year old suspect was arrested in connection with the murder of Munyai.
According to police, the suspect was with the victim and after an argument he stabbed her to death. He initially told police that an unknown suspect confronted them while they were walking and stabbed the victim.
Police who were carrying out patrol duties on Sunday were notified about the body. Munyai had stab wounds to her upper body.
After a thorough investigation by the police, the boy who is a pupil at a secondary school in the area was arrested on Tuesday and charged with murder.
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