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Man kills wife in cold blood Relatives of the dead woman consoling each other at the scene where their loved one was killed.

There was blood everywhere. Nakisani’s lifeless body is being loaded into a government mortuary van.

Killed in cold blood Nakisani Tshivhula (24) who was killed by her husband on Reconciliation Day at Tshisahulu.

By Elmon Tshikhudo The gruesome killing of a young woman by her husband at Tshisahulu outside Thohoyandou marred the Reconciliation Day celebrations that were taking place countrywide. At the Tshivhula family of Lwamondo-Lukau a somber mood prevailed. Instead of the family joining the celebrations, they were plunged into deep mourning following the gruesome

killing of a family member, Nakisani Tshivhula. Tshivhula (24) was mercilessly killed by her husband at Tshisahulu at around 08:00 that morning. The man tried to commit suicide by slashing his neck with the same knife he used to kill his girlfriend. Details of the murder are still sketchy, as she was alone with her daughter aged five and her sister’s daughter aged ten at her sister’s house when the incident occurred.

It is said that the woman seeked refuge at her sister’s place after complaining about having problems with her husband. Rumour has it that the couple were going through a rough spell. They were supposed to have reconciled during a family meeting that was scheduled to take place the day of her death. It is alleged the woman recently got a new job in Thohoyandou, but the man did not approve of her job and wanted

her to stay at home. The news of her death spread like wild fire and within minutes people from the surrounding areas were gathering at the scene of the murder. At the scene were shoes and a pot full of meat that indicated that she was busy preparing a meal for the day at the time of her murder. A packet of dagga was also found in one pocket of the boyfriend’s jacket, suggesting that he could have been intoxicated during the commission of the crime. The dead woman’s brother-inlaw, Nnditsheni Budeli, said that he was at work in Thohoyandou when he received the bad news. He

narrated the events leading to the death of his sister-in-law. “There had been some problems between the two and the suspect went to the extent of locking my sister-in-law in his house for three days. On Thursday my daughter went to visit her and that is when she got the chance to escape from the house. “The husband followed her here, but I told him to go back home as we had to sit with them the following day and see how we could reconcile them. We did not know that he had another agenda, because he agreed to meet the following day. - Continues on page 2

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