Tuesday, August 13, 2013

Four suspects arrested for the murder of Vivien Ponté

This tragedy, among 1000’s of others, is yet another example - WHY South African Europeans took the route of Apartheid (aka Separate Development) in the first place. The less you mix with these murdering savages, the longer you will stay alive!

Vivien Ponté Murder Scene - Oranjeville
Foto by Denzil Maragele - (Sourced from Volksblad)

Vivien Ponté (57) was a victim of yet another gruesome murder in South Africa. She was murdered in her hometown, Oranjeville, a small tranquil Free State town. What her attackers did with her during their satanic onslaught on this poor woman’s life is anyone’s guess at this point in time, but when they were done they set her alight on her own double bed. Her burnt body was discovered on Monday morning around 10.00 a.m.

Residents of Oranjeville expressed their shock at the vicious killing in their midst.

Ponté was a known philanthropist who regularly visited her black neighbours outside Oranjeville where she handed out food parcels, gave art lessons and contributed financially.

Four black suspects aged between 23 and 26 years were arrested on Tuesday afternoon (13 Aug 2013) in the nearby Metsimaholo-township. They were found in possession of valuable items missing from Ponté’s home. They will appear in the Heilbron Magistrate's Court on Thursday, on charges of murder, robbery and arson. - [Source: Volksblad]


Anonymous said... .....Click here to refresh this blog

Have you ever noticed that white people who are racially conscious and believe in separatism, never have this kind of thing happen to them? We have a saying: when around blacks, never relax.

Anonymous said... .....Click here to refresh this blog

When around blacks, never relax.So when around Oscar we must relax? thats racist b*tch

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Ah dis whole thing is racist is naht like white people dnt kill or havnt tried to kill,naht saying what dey did was ryt but y go nd say sum racisit dose dudes we're actng on their own is naht like we had a meeting nd send them to kill her.I thouht journalist r biased even racist papers r supz to be like da

Tia Mysoa said... .....Click here to refresh this blog

@Anon (4 Sept) - Ja well no fine... whatever?!?!

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