Ogies farm attack, daughter opens fire as attackers stab farmer

Boere Krisis Aksie BKA

Ogies farm attack, daughter opens fire as attackers stab farmer. Photo: BKA
Ogies farm attack, daughter opens fire as attackers stab farmer. Photo: BKA

A farm attack took place in Ogies in the Mpumalanga province of South Africa, on 17 March 2019. It was reported by Ploegskaar Boshoff on social media that the police, the SAPS K9 unit, farmers and a helicopter are searching for attackers who stabbed a local farmer. The farmer was attacked at his gate and his daughter opened fire on the attackers causing them to flee into the farm lands.

The tracks of these savages were followed up to the tar road. All role players are hunting them. There is no other information available at this stage and there have been no arrests.

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