South Africa Govt Condemns Violence As UCT Female Student Is Killed

The government of South Africa has condemned violence against women and girls as a University Of Cape Town student is killed. Uyinene Mrwetyana’s killer has been arrested, charged with abduction and murder and he has confessed to the crime. The State alleges that on the day of her disappearance, Uyinene had gone to the post office to inquire about a parcel. She was told to come back later as electricity at the post office had been off.  When she did, she was allegedly sexually accosted. She fought back but her attacker knocked her out, using a scale.

The government posted on twitter and said:

We would like to extend our deepest condolences on the death of UCT Student #UyineneMrwetyana. May her soul rest in peace. Government condemns any form of violence against women and children. #RIPUyinene

More: News 24; South African Government


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2 comments on “South Africa Govt Condemns Violence As UCT Female Student Is Killed

  1. There is no need of stopping flights. The problem of trucks must be isolated with air transport. Remember they have their own separate board that deals with their problems unless you are saying you shall mount road blocks in the air. This problem must be handled by the South African government already they are taking steps to stop it. The only thing that is required now is dialogue so that business continue to flow. Zimbabwe already is having malaise we cannot afford to add salt on the wound.

    1. I disagree with you man,look south Africans are killing any non south African person in that country and one thing they are forgetting is that they are alot of South Africans allover Africa and they are living freely and they do business no one do violence to them imagine if others start destroying their business like ShopRite,pick n pay,pep, choppies,jets,game….etc.

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