South African policewoman shoots her boyfriend and their 5-month-old baby dead, turns gun on herself

A 28-year-old police constable allegedly shot her 33-year-old partner and their five-month-old son dead before turning the gun on herself in South Africa.   The horrible incident occurred on Saturday evening, February, 13, 2021 at Embalenhle near Secunda in Mpumalanga province.     Mpumalanga Police Commissioner Lt-Gen Mondli Zuma, who confirmed the incident on Monday, said the constable was declared dead on the scene while her boyfriend and their child were transported to a nearby clinic where they later succumbed to their injuries.   Investigation reveals that the constable, who was…

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Soldier shoots man for not wearing a face mask

A soldier allegedly shot a 27-year-old man in South Africa during an argument over why he was not wearing a face mask in line with Covid-19 regulations.   Police spokesperson Brig Motlafela Mojapelo, who confirmed the report on Friday, said the incident happened at a shopping complex in Mogwadi, Limpopo, on Thursday, September 17.   “Members of the national defence force were reportedly on duty monitoring Covid-19 compliance in the area when they approached a group of people who were not wearing face masks,” Mojapelo said on Friday.   “When asked why…

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Man shoots friend with a gun obtained from a church over N1000 debt in Anambra (photos)

  The Anambra State Police Command’s Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) has arrested 27-year-old Friday Asuquo, pictured above, for allegedly shooting his friend, Kingsley Araino, over N1, 000 debt on Friday, July 17.   A statement released by the spokesperson of the state police command, Mohammed Haruna, said the suspect who hails from Cross Rivers state but resides at Enu-Orji village in Amawbia, used a pump-action he got from the City of Restoration Church in Amawbia to shoot Kingsley when they had an argument over N1,000.   “Following the altercation, the suspect quickly rushed inside…

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Policeman allegedly shoots Abia Revenue Officials, killing one and causing injury to the other

There was tension in Aba, Abia state, on Tuesday, July 7, after a policeman shot and killed an Abia revenue taskforce official and wounded another.   According to eyewitness reports, a policeman attached to Crunches, a fast-food restaurant, opened fire on members of Abia State Taskforce Board of Internal Revenue.   A member of the taskforce identified as Ifeanyi Kalu was killed instantly while another person was seriously injured, causing others to run for safety.   An eyewitness said trouble started when a driver of the fast-food restaurant (Crunches) called policemen that their bus has been driven away…

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