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“Her Action Was Disrespectful To My Culture”- Man Says After Killing Wife For Opening His Whisky (Details below)

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Some men are just blinded by traditions, which makes them think women are not important. It is in that same light that a man has killed his wife for opening a bottle of whiskey.

The man is said to have stabbed the wife 28-times because she disrespected his culture by opening the whiskey which is to be handled by the head of the family.

Unknown to his wife and mother of his three children, Palesa Moloi she opened whisky and took a sip.

This angered her husband identified as Thabiso Sobekwa (38) who became furious killed her after accusing her of being disrespectful to his culture on New Year’s Day in 2019.

The suspect was sentenced to 15-years in jail for his actions.

He then stabbed her 28 times at their rented room in Tswelopele, Thembisa, This pleased the deceased’s family as they wish he stays there forever.

Investigating officer Detective Sergeant Leshabe Moukangwe of Ivory Park Police Station was also pleased as the convict deserves more.

“He claimed his culture didn’t allow for a woman to open a man’s whisky bottle. He stabbed her twice, and she fell and apologised. But he continued to stab her.”

Acting station commander Colonel Baba Mpotoane reacting to the sentence said the suspect cruelty makes is fulfilling that he is being punished for it.

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“We welcome this sentence as it will send a clear message to any abusive spouse that our officers will ensure that justice is served,” said Mpotoane.

This man probably is not well

Which tradition is worth killing your wife over.

Did he not even care about his children just because of his foolishness, his children have been denied of parents.

It about time men drop all of their ego’s when it comes to these things.

This act of making women feel less of a human being has affected a lot of people and it heartbreaking.

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