Lately Limpopo has been witnessing people found deceased near river banks and this around it was an ANC member.It has shocked residents of Dennilton as a man wearing an ANC yellow t-shirt and blue jean was found lifeless.This shocking incident happened at a river bank of Marapong and Tambo in Dennilton.
Apparently the identity of the man is yet not known and still not clear what caused the death of the ANC member.
It is really troubling how residents of Limpopo are suddenly found dead and no traces of suspects.People have been killed lately in the Limpoo Province and that has got the residents worried.Police have emerged to the crime scene and they plead the community of Dennilton to help with information regarding the killings that happen around their area.
It is very shocking that an ANC member was killed and still not clear what was the motion of the incident.
What are your thoughts with what is happening in Limpopo? Share thoughts below!!!
Source: Update With LolahM
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