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Former MSU Student Chopped To Death With Electric Grinder In South Africa


Zimbabwean woman killed in South Africa

In a spine-chilling incident, a Zimbabwean woman suffered a horrendous death in South Africa after she was cut into pieces using an electric grinder before her body parts were dumped in a rubbish bin.

According to reports reaching chaosafrica,Agnes Guni, 25, a recent Animal Science graduate from the Midlands State University, was killed in Pretoria on May 4, 2020, by a group of assailants. The deceased is reported to have visited the neighbouring country in search of greener pastures sometime in January this year.

The deceased’s father, Manze Guni,48, confirmed the bloodcurdling murder. In an interview with DailySun, a bitter, devasted and angry Manze demanded justice for his daughter’s death. He told the publication that Agnes was dragged from Mamelodi where she was working and killed in a house in Sunnyside.

‘I want to know why they used a grinder to kill my child.

‘This is painful she didn’t deserve to die like that,’ the father said.

The father of three said that he had lost his treasure.

‘My daughter (Agnes) promised that she will fly us around the world as we are still suffering and promised us many beautiful things,’ he said.

Grief-stricken, Manze, bore his heart and recalled the last time he met his daughter in Mamelodi.

‘I still remember her last words to me, she told me she was ok but just wanted to check on me,’ he said.

Agnes’s body was repatriated to Zimbabwe on Thursday.

According to police spokesperson Captain Daniel Mavimbela, a team of investigators comprising of officers from South African Police Service’s biological, psychological, forensic and local detective units managed to track and arrest a 25-year-old man last week Monday in connection with the murder.

A systematic search for clues had led the police to a house on the same street where the suspect was reportedly found,’ he said

Mavimbela also added that another suspect, a 25-year-old man was caught in Mamelodi this week Tuesday.

According to more information reaching iHarare from Masvingo Mirror, the alleged murderers are Zimbabweans who lived in the deceased’s neighbourhood. They have been identified as Thabani Mtandavari from Gokwe and Trademore Sithole>chaosafrica


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