Widow's heartbreaking video message to President Ramaphosa and the US

Widow's heartbreaking video message to President Ramaphosa and the US

A South African widow made a short video in which she appeals for the United States to help create more awareness about farm murders. This comes after President Ramaphosa was quoted by the media saying there are no farm killings in SA.

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Mariandra Heunis is the widow of a farmer who was murdered in 2016. She is asking the United States to help create awareness of the farm murders that are plaguing her home country.

Mariandra recorded the video to tell the world that President Ramaphosa is wrong, there are farm murders happening.

Late in September, President Ramaphosa told the UN that there are no farm killings, as reported on by Briefly.co.za.

In the video, the widow tells how her husband was killed in front of her and their 6-year-old child. She also tells of how she gave birth to their fourth child just 5 days after his funeral.

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According to a report by SApeople, Mariandra says her husband was simply killed for no reason, as the murderers didn't steal anything from the farm.

Mariandra finished off by asking the people of America what they would do and then asked them to help raise awareness.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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