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Wife stabbed to death, husband wounded at Hluleka Reserve on the Wild Coast

Sowetan Live  A woman was killed and her husband gravely wounded in a stabbing incident in the Hluleka Reserve, near Mthatha in the Eastern Cape, in the early hours of Tuesday morning.



Independent sources within the emergency medical service, who spoke to our sister publication TimesLIVE on condition of anonymity, said the couple were in the province ahead of a wedding.



It is understood that the woman was stabbed repeatedly and died at the scene.

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