Death is one of the most painful thing a human being could ever go through, it is unpredictable and it does not tell when its coming. The sad reality is that it doesn't care about age, it can come to anyone.
Death is a mystery to us and we live our lives not knowing if this is going to be our last day on earth. No one knows when it will come but we know for sure that at some point and time we are going to meet with it.
It hurts when it happens to someone close to us, losing one person is very painful, the pain of losing two people at once is unbearable.
Sadly this is a reality for a Gauteng woman, the grieving woman was preparing to bury her mother when she found out that her 34 year-old son was killed.
According to the source, her son Aluwani Mudau was among seven men who were gunned down in the Makause informal settlement in Germiston.
The late time Aluwani was seen alive by her mother, was in the morning when he left to go buy bread with a R20 note.
Its very sad to lose two people at once, can't imagine what she is going through. May she find strength in this difficult time.
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