#JusticeForNaledi – South African woman Murdered by her boyfriend
A South African lady has been brutally murdered by her Boyfriend identified as Mlondolozi Ntlangulea. The news of Naledi death is currently trending on social media as Tweeps are seeking justice for her murder.
According to reports Naledi Phangindawo was allegedly murdered by her boyfriend, Mlondolozi after she parted ways with him.
Mlondolozi Ntlangulea who initially took to his heels after committing the devilish act has since turn himself over to the police.
Reporting the tragic incident, Twitter personality Advo Barry Roux wrote in a series of tweets “This guy here is Mlondolozi Ntlangulela & he killed this lady Naledi Phangindawo. He killed her after she ended the relationship. Naledi ended the relationship because Mlondolozi was violent. Mlondolozi is currently on the run & nowhere to be found.”
Twitter users are currently demanding Justice for the murder of Naledi with a hash tag #JusticeForNaledi
Sphiwe Hobasi wrote “As #JusticeforNaledi (Naledi Phangindawo) gains traction on social media, a 34-year old suspect is scheduled to appear in the Mossel Bay magistrate’s Court on Wednesday for her brutal murder #sabcnews”.
Mam’Msibi wrote “#JusticeForNaledi . You guys will never stop killing us. This was a south African man that did this, you evil rats that want to blame foreigners on everything what do we then say when you, our own are killing us, where do we tell u to go back to. I hate it here.”
Foundation For Human Rights has also reacted to the brutal murder of Naledi. In a series of tweets they wrote “We mourn the passing of #Naledi through gender based violence.Everyone has the right to life and to live in a #free society. We urge the community to not take matters into their own hands but allow #justice @SAPoliceServic to prevail #dignity #justiceforNaledi #BlackLivesMatter”
We mourn the passing of #Naledi through gender based violence.Everyone has the right to life and to live in a #free society. We urge the community to not take matters into their own hands but allow #justice @SAPoliceService to prevail #dignity #justiceforNaledi #BlackLivesMatter pic.twitter.com/fSaZ65X3zD
— Foundation for Human Rights #stayhome (@FHRRights) June 8, 2020
No update yet from the police on the death of Naledi but hopefully we hope to hear from them soon.