Thursday, November 15, 2012

Hell comes to Digawana

Mmegi Online : "In a few words, Deputy headman Moatlhodi Kgwakgwe spoke of an uneasy period of tension between his subjects and the Caucasian farmer months before the mass slaughter of their livestock.Kgosi Kgwakgwe described the farmer as a vengeful man with little respect for the villagers. "When our animals stray onto his farm that lies three kilometres outside Digawana, he locks them up for days without food or water," the headman said. "When people go to retrieve them, he demands compensation for trespassing.""