Three elderly farmers slaughtered in one week in South Africa

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Three elderly farmers slaughtered in one week in South Africa
Three elderly farmers slaughtered in one week in South Africa

The slaughter and torture of farmers in South Africa continues and in just one week three elderly white farmers have been brutally attacked and murdered on their farms. With little mainstream media coverage, the government in denial and the police uninterested, the crisis is deepening.

On 14 March 2020, in in the Toise area outside Stutterheim, in the Eastern Cape province of South Africa, Charlie Hart Bittern Henderson (75) was overpowered at his home by an unknown number of attackers. Evidence found at the scene, when Harts body was discovered on the morning of 15 March 2020, indicate that the attackers had some sort of a party which included a lot of alcohol consumption and according to information a very severe and cruel murder scene was discovered.

On 16 March 2020, in Elandskraal, near Dundee, in the KwaZulu Natal province of South Africa. Colin Leslie Britz (65) was shot and killed by farm attackers. Farm workers heard shots and on further investigation discovered the murder scene.

On 20 March 2020, in Nylstroom, near Naboomspruit in the Limpopo province of South Africa. Alwyn van Zyl (79) and his wife Rene van Zyl (66) were overpowered in their home by four attackers and both were tied up and Mr van Zyl was strangled to death.

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