Good News Revealed About The Famous Presenter Who Was Stabbed
By LeratoHopeSerole | self meida writer
Published 1 months ago - 0 views
Sabc news have shared the best and also the good news that have been shared on social media. These news have finally made people feel relieved and also that atleast there is justice.
The SABC news has shared the news on social media plartform called twitter. They have shared that the suspect that has stabbed the famous presenter has been found. These are good news as they show that justice is near.
“A suspect who's been on the run after he allegedly brutally attacked and stabbed an SABC current affairs presenter last week has been arrested. Mckenzie Ratselane who is the husband of Lesedi FM current affairs presenter, Dimakatso Ratselane was arrested in Ennerdale.#sabcnews”
The likes of Minister Fikile Mbalula have also liked and also retweted the post. Finally justice is served and also people can now rest. More news have not yet been revealed on the way forward
Link to the tweets and also comments- https://twitter.com/safmnews/status/1361645319499501570?s=21
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