- Two separate incidents resulted in 14 people being tragically killed in drug-related attacks in KwaZulu-Natal
- One attack took place in Richmond where eight people were killed including a teenage girl
- In a separate attack in Inanda, six men were killed aged between 17 and 26-years-old
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DURBAN - 14 People have been killed in alleged drug-related killings in KwaZulu-Natal. One incident took place in Richmond where eight people were killed and another one took place in Inanda, where an additional six people died.
Eight people have been killed in Richmond, KwaZulu-Natal. Neighbours heard gunshots and investigated.
They found eight victims were aged 15 to 41 and according to reports the home was allegedly being used as a drug den. Among the dead is a teenage girl.
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eNCA reported that the police have launched an investigation. Civil rights activist Yusuf Abrahamjee also reported on the incident.
"Eight people have been killed at a homestead in KZN. The attack at Esigcakini took place last night. It is apparently drug-related. Two other people were wounded."
In a similar incident, six men aged between 17 and 26-years-old. According to The Citizen a car parked near a local tuck shop where the victims were seated.
The occupants of the vehicle proceeded to open fire, killing the men.
Grade 10 Pupil shoots classmate before turning gun on himself, families speak
Earlier, Briefly News reported that police are still investigating following the deadly shooting of two schoolboys. It's alleged a Grade 10 pupil in Gauteng shot and killed his classmate before turning the gun on himself.
While events leading up to the shooting remain unclear, it's reported both students attended the Lesiba Secondary School in Daveyton.
The boys, Njabulo Ndhlebe, Zukiso Majola and a third unnamed friend, left school on 12 January and headed to Majola's house where the 16-year-old proceeded to show the boys his grandfather's gun. He had taken the weapon during the December holidays without his parent's knowledge.
"Nyoape is a problem": Fathers home set ablaze in KZN, says his son did it
In more accident news, Briefly News previously reported that video footage of a beautiful home burning down in Spruitview, Kwa-Zulu Natal has sent chills all through the internet. One social media user reports the house had been set on fire by the son of the homeowner who is a known drug user.
Heading online, Twitter user @D_Bhekza shared that his parents are neighbours with the family who just lost their home.
Source: Briefly News