Angry Community members of Mpumalanga have set alight the house of the suspects who killed Bontle Mashiyane.
Mzansi feels like the community of Mpumalanga didn't finish their job on the suspects of Bontle Mashiyane. This comes after the Mpumalanga community set alight the house of the suspects and leave them.
South African people wanted their bodies to be included in the fire. According to these citizens, all those who were involved in the killing of a 6-year-old girl Bontle Mashiyane were supposed to be locked in the house and set it alight.
Most South African people believe that the 'death penalty should be implemented. They say 'eye to an eye' will help us to minimize these criminal activities and murder rates in our country.
The murder rate and abuse have become our nightmare in our country, every day there are reports of murder or abuse. Our government needs to strengthen the law when coming to such cases.
As our readers, we will always value your opinion. What's your view about this suggested method of the death penalty for such criminals?
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