The soccer legends, most of whom are over the age of 50 years joined millions of South Africans to say “enough is enough” – this despicable carnage of women and children must stop immediately.
Upon the polices’ arrival they found that the deceased was badly assaulted and hacked to death and that his legs were tied up.
Malema said he is fighting for the land that black people were killed for. “We are here to pick up the spear and continue the fight. We must be inspired by the youth of 76,” he said to the cheerful crowd.
Sebokeng Police Spokesperson Captain Teboho Lephoto has since confirmed that the case has been closed.
“Me and the kids are going through hell not knowing where she is. This has been a very traumatic time for us and the rest of the family. All I want to know is that she is alive and safe.”
A young girl and an adult woman were both found with fatal injuries. It is believed that they were ejected from the bakkie during the collision.
Kaizer Chiefs’ head of development Kenneth ‘Conti’ Kubheka hailed the tournament as one of the best initiatives in this region. Kubheka spent the whole day watching these exciting games from the quarterfinal until the finals.
“We want the municipality to explain what is happening as for years we have been told that this land is for development purposes but now we have new neighbours. When we owe the municipality they do not hesitate to hand us over to lawyers that pester us but they just turn a blind eye on these ‘newcomers.’ Where are they going to get services?” community members wanted to know.
The cause of the fire is still a mystery. Luckily she was not around when her house erupted in flames. Dineo Mokhobo, her granddaughter, said Mokoena was visiting with her when the house mysteriously caught fire.
“We aspire to be a municipality where there shall be no potholes, where the trees shall be trimmed and grass cut, where there shall be no sewer and water leaks, where there shall be no electricity power failures, where there shall be no heaps of waste and where residents are paying for services rendered by the municipality. We are focussing resolutely.We are working tirelessly.”
Posts had gone viral and claimed that Ramotsela, who is a professional Sesotho Hip Hop (Tshepe) artist was a human trafficker and that people should be aware of him.