Farm attack, man’s face bashed in, Uitkyk road, Mbombela

BKA Boere Krisis Aksie

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Farm attack, man’s face bashed in, Uitkyk road, Mbombela
Farm attack, man’s face bashed in, Uitkyk road, Mbombela

A 45 year old man, Desmond Molenaar, was brutally attacked with a pole on his smallholding on the Uitkyk Road, Mbombela (Nelspruit), on Wednesday night, 8 August 2018.

According to Bossies Community Justice’s Albert Greyvenstein (BCJ), the wife of the victim came home to find her husband bleeding on their bed.

“It looks like the man was sitting in the kitchen when he was first attacked. So far we can determine that only his wallet is missing.”

He said the children of the couple were possibly asleep in their rooms when the attack took place.

Police, Hi-Tech Security and BCJ were at the scene.

Greyvenstein confirmed that the man was taken to Mediclinic Nelspruit by Hi Tech Medical Services. Paramedics that treated the victim, said he was still conscious. “His whole side of his face has been damaged. You can clearly see the dented mark of the pole that struck his face. He lost a lot of blood and was maintaining his own airway.”

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