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October 19, 2020

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DAILYKENN.com -- Gerrit Stander, 38, was fatally shot during a home invasion in South Africa.

Reports say the well-known attorney was overpowered by a group of males around 2:00 a.m. on Monday, October 19, 2020. 
The victim leaves behind a wife and 8-year-old daughter. 
The crime reportedly occurred in the Plaston area of Mpumalanga, a province in east South Africa.

According to his father, Martiens, who stays on the same property, the suspects allegedly cut the electric fence and broke down the security door and front door to gain access to the house.

“The dog which was in the house at the time, started barking which woke Gerrit up. Upon arrival in the dining area, a scuffle ensued and he was shot three times. His wife, Yolandi, had sent out a cry for help on the area’s WhatsApp group, to which I responded,” Martiens said.

Upon his arrival he discovered his son on the floor.

Christiaan, Gerrit’s younger brother, rushed him to Kiaat Private Hospital while their father stayed behind to look after Gerrit’s eight-year-old.

Around 07:00 the family received the news that Gerrit had lost a lot of blood and succumbed to his injuries. “We are grateful that we had time to say goodbye,” Martiens said.

The suspects fled on foot, with two cell phones, a laptop and television. This is a developing story and more details will be added as soon as they become available.

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