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Woman arrested for allegedly killing cheating husband

An argument over a husband’s infidelity is alleged to have resulted in his murder.

The early Monday morning domestic dispute occurred in Elandsdoom Village, with Dennilton police securing the arrest of a 33-year-old woman.

Information from the scene suggested the wife used her 32-year-old husband’s firearm against him, firing several shots as he attempted to run away.

“Unfortunately, he collapsed in the street. Police and emergency medical services found the victim lying in a pool of blood and he was certified dead,” said Limpopo police spokesperson Colonel Malesela Ledwaba.

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The woman and her husband are believed to be from KZN and were in the province working as educators at separate schools.

Ledwaba said the identify of the deceased will be released in due course.

The woman will appear in the Moutse Magistrate’s Court in connection with the murder.

President Ramaphosa signs GBV bill

A Bill aimed at ending gender-based violence (GBV) and femicide was signed into law by President Cyril Ramaphosa.

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“We want to end, once and for all, the violence that men perpetrate against women,” Ramaphosa said at a public signing of the Bill.

Principal murdered in Ackerville

The principal of Nelson Ngubeni Primary School in Emalahleni was murdered earlier in May.

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Michael Sali Mabena, 57, was at his home in Ackerville when robbers entered. They fled in his black Kia Sportage after taking his plasma TV and a sound system.

Sadly, police found him in his bedroom with multiple stab wounds and was declared dead at the scene.

In the final three months of 2023, 7 710 cases or murder where opened across South Africa, as well as 7 927 cases of attempted murder.

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