South Africans were left in a state of mourning following the horrible death of Namhla, a young lady. Women all throughout the country were moved to tell their own tales of male sexual assault and abuse as a result.
Namhla's life was cut short at the age of 35 when she was shot many times at her house in Mthatha. Major Bhekizulu, who allegedly mistreated her for a long period while they were dating, was immediately named as the suspect. Namhla's bruises and bodily injuries were widely publicized.
Many South Africans took to social media to show their support for the late Namhla, 35, by using the #JusticeforNamhla hashtag. The vast majority of people want to see her get the justice she deserves.
However, Athembile Mvambi, a future teacher in the foundation phase, has stated that he will stand with Major Bhekizulu, the man accused of killing him. He's in hot water after posting this on Facebook. See the comments section for further information.
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