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In the early hours of December 5, 2023, a horrifying incident transpired at an initiation school located in Ngcwazi A/A Mntla in the Eastern Cape. Three siblings were gunned down while at an initiation school in the Eastern Cape. The grandfather of the victims received a distressing alert around 01:15, prompting the community to investigate the situation.

Three siblings discovered fatally shot at the initiation school.

Upon reaching the initiation school, the community discovered a heartbreaking scene – three young males, aged between 18 and 26, had been fatally shot. Shockingly, all three victims were brothers. Among them, two were 18-year-old initiates, while the third, aged 26, was not part of the initiation process. Regrettably, all four brothers were shot, and three succumbed to their injuries.

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The 22-year-old brother of the deceased males also fell victim to the violence, sustaining a gunshot wound to his upper body. He was swiftly transported to the hospital for urgent medical attention.

Other recent gun violence in Capetown

Recently, a high school girl was fatally shot while on a public street in Capetown. The teenager sustained fatal injuries and later died at the hospital after she was rushed to get medical attention.

Eyewitnesses shared that a car stopped, and the driver spoke to the girl briefly. He was then said to have shot her several times and drove away from the scene.

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Police search for anyone with information on the shooters

As of now, the identity of the suspect remains unknown, and the motive behind this heinous act is yet to be determined. Authorities are urging anyone with information to come forward and assist in the investigation. Individuals can contact SAPS Nqamakwe at 073 272 9874, Crime Stop at 08600 10111, or the nearest police station. All provided information will be treated with utmost confidentiality, and callers can remain anonymous.

By Letho

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