Hon­our this lit­tle hero

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Con­will Maans Mpumalanga Name the town of Jan Kem­p­dorp Kutl­wano’s Place. Thetso Mot­loung Gaut­eng We have to ex­pose th­ese mon­sters. We know them, yet we choose to keep quiet. Any­one who suf­fers any kind of abuse in si­lence must speak out and break the si­lence. Even when you think your brav­ery to speak can­not save the world, it will def­i­nitely save a soul. Most im­por­tantly, our sup­port will give them strength. Lastly, if the law and jus­tice can do us good and put th­ese mon­sters where they be­long, this world would be a bet­ter place. I think that would put a smile on the face of the likes of Kutl­wano. Then their deaths will not be in vain. Jackie du Preez KwaZulu-Natal We should all wear blue on Fri­day in re­mem­brance of this brave young boy. My heart aches for this mother. Vaughan Zou­tendyk via SMS We must hon­our this lit­tle hero. His story must be told far and wide. How

can I help? Dikeledi Gaut­eng I am deeply hurt and in tears with what has hap­pened to Kutl­wano and his fam­ily. My re­quest to the po­lice is to do more on this case in find­ing this cruel an­i­mal that needs to be locked in prison for life, with no mercy. That for me will be a great mem­ory for jus­tice in South Africa. And lock­ing up drug deal­ers, as this was caused by drugs. Pat Gaut­eng May this brave lit­tle sol­dier rest in peace. His mur­derer de­serves the death penalty.

Kutl­wano Gare­sape

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