Tag Archives: Farm Murders

AfriForum reports Ramaphosa to UN over farm murder ‘denial’

FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailPrintCitizen Reporter, 21 January 2020 The lobby group has laid an official complaint against the president as well as Lindiwe Sisulu, accusing them of trying to ‘discredit’ them ‘as a human rights defender’. Read More

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Didiza condemns high rate of farm murders, stock theft

FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailPrintSABC News, 29 December 2019 Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development Minister, Thoko Didiza, has expressed outrage at the high number of farm murders and the increase in stock theft that have been reported during the festive season. Read More

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Why won’t you ‘publicly condemn’ farm murders, Groenewald asks Ramaphosa

FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailPrintDaniel Friedman, The Citizen, 26 June 2019 The Freedom Front plus leader offered to invite the president to a farm murder victim’s funeral. Read More

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AfriForum farming wing takes farm murder issues to UN

FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailPrintSimnikiwe Hlatshaneni, The Citizen, 25 May 2019 This follows another series of reports on farm attacks over the past week, including the gruesome murder of Limpopo farm attack activist Annette Kennealy on her property. Read More

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One person murdered every week on a farm in SA: AfriForum

FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailPrintTimes Live, 29 January 2019 Two-year-old Wilmien Potgieter was hacked with a panga and shot dead when her parents, Attie and Wilma Potgieter, were murdered on their Lindley farm in December 2010. Read More

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57 South Africans murdered a day – crime statistics

FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailPrintCitizen Reporter, 11 September 2018 There was a 6.9% increase in murder over the 2017/2018 period, according to the latest crime stats. Read More

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