She was painfully killed by her boyfriend. See how he killed her and what he did after she died RIP

She was painfully killed by her boyfriend. See how he killed her and what he did after she died RIP

Gender-Based violence refers to harmful acts directed at an individual based on their gender. It is rooted in gender inequality, the abuse of power and harmful norms. Gender-based violence (GBV) is a serious violation of human rights and a life-threatening health and protection issue.

It won’t be a normal day In South Africa if 24 hours pass by without hearing about the passing of a young woman in the hands of a man or a case of GBV with a man being the perpetrator. It appears that GBV won’t be ending anytime soon , as men keep on killing their wives despite Ramaphosa’s efforts of introducing hefty sentences to GBV offenders.

This morning we learned about the passing of a young beautiful soul, as Palesa Enhle was announced dead last night. According to the reports from Blessing Ramoba ,Palesa was heavily beaten by her boyfriend Roy Mphephu, however what led to the altercation that happened between the two is still unknown.

It was reported that Roy Mphephu beat Palesa into pulp and she was heavily injured, and he rushed her to Evandale hospital, where she succumbed to her injuries and died. The 28 year old died yesterday and her boyfriend is now blamed for her death.

Now, Roy is a wanted man and the police are looking for assistance on locating him, as he’s wanted for the murder of his girlfriend, he’s the another Oscar Piestorius.

The death of Palesa seems to have touched a lot of people in the comment section, as many people went to send their deepest condolences and also went to warn her boyfriend to hand himself in to the police before they find him. Others were saying that we have to know the story behind Roy’s actions, maybe she might have done something to him.

See how people reacted to this tweet below:

What’s your view about this Matter? Don’t forget to leave your thoughts in the comment section.




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