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November 17, 2015

DAILYKENN.com -- Six arrests have been made in a brutal farm murder in South Africa.

Reports say the unnamed 53-year-old Limpopo farmer was apparently strangled after savages broke into his farm house.

The arrests were reported Nov. 15, 2015.

Limpopo has been the site of multiple farm murders in recent months, each involving white victims of black savages.

• 64-year-old Louis-John Botha (photo above) was murdered in Limpopo this year. Botha's mutilated body was found on his game farm in March. The victim was a retired physician [source].

• Susan Kotze, 76, was murdered on her farm near Lephalale in January. Reports say the elderly woman had been tortured prior to being strangled to death with a coat hanger [source].

• 60-year-old Petro Res died after being shot in the head by black home invaders in September. The deceased woman and her 70-year-old husband were locked in a walk-in safe along with a friend. Bruno Res had been shot in the arm [source]

Farmers Weekly reports there had been 27 farm murders in South Africa during the first half of 2015.
Limpopo had the most attacks.

Statistics showed that 1 747 farm murders and 3 542 attacks took place between 1990 and the middle of 2015. Out of the 1 747 murder victims, 1 133 were farmers, 465 direct family members, 130 farm workers and 19 visitors, according to the statement. 

There are 35,000 commercial farms in South Africa. In 1994, when apartheid ended, there were 120,000 commercial farms.


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This year alone 27 farm murders and 116 attacks had taken place by the end of June 2015, said Chris van Zyl, assistant head manager of TAU SA, according to a joint press statement by AfriForum and TAU SA.

Limpopo had the most attacks, followed by KwaZulu-Natal, Gauteng, the Free State, Eastern Cape, North West, Mpumalanga, Northern Cape and the Western Cape, according to the statement.

“Farm attacks and murders are becoming increasingly brutal,” said Van Zyl.

Because of the frequency of attacks, the brutality thereof, the role agriculture playsin South Africa and the location of farms on which the attacks and murders take place, farm murders are unique and should be prioritised by government, said Ernst Roets, deputy CEO of AfriForum.

Statistics showed that 1 747 farm murders and 3 542 attacks took place between 1990 and the middle of 2015. Out of the 1 747 murder victims, 1 133 were farmers, 465 direct family members, 130 farm workers and 19 visitors, according to the statement.

Roets and Lorraine Claasen, researcher and criminologist at AfriForum, will address the World Society of Victimology Congress in Perth, Australia, to ask the international community to put pressure on the South African government to prioritise farm murders, according to the statement.



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1 comments:

  1. I realize that some of these whites can trace their ancestors in South Africa for more then 300 years, but let's face it, the blacks won. Why do they not just pick a western country and move away?

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