Relationships and domestic violence in South Africa is now bringing lucrative traffic for various websites given the high road rate of deaths associated with abusive and infidel relationships in South Africa.
The latest of which Singwa Namhla Mtwa (pictured above) was allegedly brutally murdered by her alleged lover Major Mfesane Bhekezulu (pictured above) in her alley at Sdwadwa View in Mthatha (East Cape Province), was allegedly in an abusive relationship.l before her demise.
According to reliable news reports from Flyingnewslive, Singwa Namhla Mtwa, 34, was allegedly shot dead nine consecutive times in her alley at Sdwadwa View in Mthatha by her lover Major Mfesane Bhekezulu.
It's so unfortunate that Singwa allegedly tried to end the abusive relationship and which led to her murder by the prime suspect.
What's more heartbreaking is that the case remains unsolved and no arrests have been made so far, even with clear evidence of domestic violence. There are currently many theories from various news sources about what happened actually the day Singwa was gruesomely murdered and whether the suspect committed the crime alone or in collaboration with someone else
For now, the case is still under thorough investigation and hopefully an arrest will be made soon as we hope the case is closed soon. This incident should serve as a lesson to all women living and enduring abusive relationships to leave and run immediately, Singva allegedly suffered for 17 years and all her sacrifice ended with her death.
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