South African ladies ask #AmINext as woman is allegedly stabbed

South African ladies ask #AmINext as woman is allegedly stabbed

- A woman was allegedly stabbed to death by a man attempting to force himself on her

- This is according to social media posts shared by the young lady's friends

- This latest allegation has left South African women reeling as they fear they could be next

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South African women are reeling after the news that yet another woman has fallen victim to the femicide raging through the country. According to a post on social media, a woman by the name of Sinethemba Ndlovu was brutally stabbed at a work event recently.

The UKZN student was allegedly working at an event in Msinga when a man forced himself onto her and fatally wounded her. She passed away in hospital. The post was shared by Twitter user Lekeesha and has gone viral on social media.

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Many women took to the social media platform to voice their fears and concerns about the growing threat of violence. Twitter user wandisa_zm shared the story on her social media page as well, saying:

"Guys this is uSne, she was brutally stabbed to death last night by this guy because she refused to have sex with him."

YolandThulo said:

"This is heart breaking, we seem to wake up to bad news every day. May her soul rest in power."

While Thakgoody said:

"One just says thank God I'm home safe when one gets home in one piece unharmed. It's that life right now."

uSihle said:

"I’m really in pain, I was driving my mom just now while she was crying, her mom just told us."

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BEE_ZA_2 said:

"Name and shame, community will teach him a lesson no one in that area will ever forget. May she Rest In Peace."

Briefly.co.za reported that the death of a student at the hands of a postal worker, in broad daylight, had sent ripples of alarm through the country. The kidnapping of a 6-year-old girl further fueled the flames of rage at the increasing vulnerability of children and women alike.

The increased crimes against women have had South Africans calling for the death penalty and a state of emergency.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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