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July 30, 2019

DAILYKENN.com --Another white South African farmer has died after being forced to drink poison. 

South Africa was settled by the Dutch beginning in 1652. At the time the region was sparsely populated by bushmen. After the Dutch established an infrastructure, blacks flooded into the region from the north. By 1994 blacks had taken over the region and, today, falsely claim to be descendents of the original South Africans. 

The minority white South African population continues to provide the nation's infrastructure while enduring the burden of excessive violent crime. The nation's small farmers are particularly vulnerable due to the lack of security and the apparent inherent violence of the black population. 

From thesouthafrican.com ▼

A shocking case has surfaced from Gauteng this weekend after a farm-owner in Fochville succumbed to the injuries he sustained during a brutal attack at his property. The assailants are reported have tied up, beaten and poisoned the victim before making their escape, leaving him for dead.

The local police force in Westonaria have not labelled this an official farm murder. But the SAPS have instead filed it under a “home robbery”. The devils are in the detail – including the criminals’ motivations and movements – but authorities are remaining tight-lipped about much of the investigation. The victim died on-arrival at the hospital.


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