A woman allegedly kills her partner for Sassa srd grant.
It was reported on a Facebook page that a woman from bushbuckridge stabbed her partner after he refused to give her R200 from his R350 SRD grant. The woman wanted the money to buy diapers while the boyfriend wanted to go out and drink with his friends. This led to a fight between the couple and during the argument she used a knife to stab the boyfriend 4 times in the heart. The boyfriend died on the spot. The boyfriends mother said that she would not be opening a case against the girlfriend but will deal with her in traditional ways.
People on social media reacted to this. People said the mother is doing good by using traditional methods, others said that no matter what the child will be the one to suffer now. Others said that no one deserves to die irrespective of their behavior.
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