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Ghanaian barber stabbed to death in South Africa after a penalty argument

News reaching the media is that the Ghanaian born barber who was working in South Africa, was stabbed to death after an argument about the Ghana vs South Africa match - including the penalty.

According to Ghana Pulse, a Ghanaian man who was based in South Africa, has passed on after being stabbed by a South African citizen after they had an argument about the Ghana penalty that saw the South African national team Bafana Bafana being thrashed out of the FIFA World Cup qualifiers.

South Africa's hope of participating in the FIFA World Cup next year in Qatar came to an end, after the club was eliminated by the Black star in the last match of the group stages.

However, there is hope after the South African Football Association (SAFA) decided to look into the matter.

Now, the sad part about the whole situation is that one person lost his life during the argument.

Here is the full statement:


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