Singwa Namhla Mtwa (pictured above) was brutally killed by her alleged boyfriend Major Mfesane Bhekezulu (pictured above) on her driveway at Sdwadwa View in Mthatha (Eastern Cape Province), it's alleged that she had been in an abusive relationship.
According to the Flyingnewslive news report, it is alleged that 34 year old Singwa Namhla Mtwa was shot 9 times on her driveway at Sdwadwa View in Mthatha by her boyfriend Major Mfesane Bhekezulu, it is alleged that Singwa was trying to leave an abusive relationship and that's what led to her being killed by the suspect.
What's even more painful about this story is that the case has not been solved and no arrests have been made, there are a many theories from different sources about what happened the day Singwa got murdered and whether the suspect was alone or worked with other people.
The matter is still being in investigated and hopefully an arrest will be made after the investigation gets concluded, this incident should serve as a lesson to women in abusive relationship to leave immediately, Singwa had been suffering for 17 years and at the last moment she got murdered.
To all women, Please leave while you can, someone who loves you will not bring harm unto you, regardless of how many times an abuser apologizes and promises to change, he will never change he'll continue to do the same thing over and over again, often times the results of not leaving an abusive relationship is death.
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