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WIFE KILLED, HUS­BAND CRIT­I­CAL IN WARWICK AV­ENUE ROB­BERY:

● Dhanesh­war Aniruth: Tak­ing out the com­pe­ti­tion … Hope they find those re­spon­si­ble and take them out.

● Resh­mika Muthu­manikam: Oh my, Zain was such a pleas­ant per­son.

● Michelle Chetty: Two young kids lost their mother. Who knows what could hap­pen to their dad. And you know what, life will just go on for ev­ery­one else.

VIC­TIMS DY­ING WORDS RE­VEAL SUS­PECTED KILLER:

● Colleen Thomas: Omg so sad. Hope the ten­ant gets ex­actly what he de­serves. The com­mu­nity must stand to­gether and boot the day­lights out of him.

● Vanashree Be­harie: This was re­ally sad. I feel priv­i­leged to have known such a warm, kind per­son.

● Seema Ma­haraj: RIP beau­ti­ful soul. But sorry we can’t prom­ise you jus­tice. All he will get is a prison cell with a bed, his meals on time and all other priv­i­leges like the other crim­i­nals in our coun­try

TRIPLE MUR­DER AC­CUSED WILL SPEND CHRIST­MAS BE­HIND BARS:

● Ronitha Goven­der: It makes no dif­fer­ence if he was a gospel singer, the fact is he com­mit­ted a crime and he should be pun­ished. In­no­cent lives were (al­legedly) taken by this mon­ster.

● Niki Mood­ley: What’s sad about that? He’ll still eat and have a bed to sleep in plus he’ll have vis­i­tors. Let him rot be­hind bars.

● Vishen Sholan Kan­hai: How can they men­tion his name but they can't men­tion the name of the Dros rapist?

● Ssr Ma­haraj: Good. Let him suf­fer there.

● Za­rina Mu­ru­van: Good news.

SMACK­ING YOUR CHILD COULD LAND YOU IN JAIL:

● Rouk­sana Aziz: Not dis­ci­plin­ing your chil­dren could land them be­hind bars one day … Just a thought.

● Jeevash Ku­mar Singh: There’s no gov­ern­ment in the world that will tell me how to dis­ci­pline my chil­dren. My house, my gov­ern­ment, my rules.

● Darshana Be­harie: That is why the kids of to­day don't think twice about rais­ing a hand to a teacher or an adult. Clearly the peo­ple who passed this law have no kids or just don't care.

● Anand Har­i­lall: When you feed, clothe, ed­u­cate and pro­vide med­i­cal care, hous­ing, love and at­ten­tion when my kids need help, then you can tell me how to raise my kids. Un­til then, go to hell and focus on keep­ing crime down and all of us from get­ting robbed, raped and/or killed.

● Elaine Carol Bar­rat: I am wait­ing for some­one to tell me how to raise my sons … I am wait­ing.

‘BEATEN BUT NOT BRO­KEN’ AU­THOR RE­CEIVES THREAT­EN­ING MES­SAGES:

● Meena Jumna: I don’t un­der­stand why she does not name her abuser. Why be up­set about the abuse yet pro­tect the abuser. Isn’t she send­ing mixed sig­nals to other women in sim­i­lar sit­u­a­tions?

● Sona Martins: There are le­gal im­pli­ca­tions. But I agree he should be named and shamed.

● No­las Ma­ha­ras: Take him on girl. Ex­pose him to the pub­lic.

● Malani Naicker: Don’t fear God’s on your side fight­ing for you. The wicked shall fall and wither away like grass. We ladies will stand by you.

HIGH ROLLERS UP FOR CASINO FRAUD AT SIBAYA:

● Don Ram­bu­ram: How did he do it, ask­ing for a friend?

● Ryan Pil­lay: Deal­ers know where they spin.

● Nir­vani Pil­lay: For such a small race in SA, there are far too many In­di­ans gam­bling. Go spend your hard-earned money on more valu­able life ex­pe­ri­ences like trav­el­ling. Ev­ery sin­gle casino has a higher per­cent­age of In­di­ans as pa­trons. Ridicu­lous!

● Gavin Trance Gounden: So is this Sibaya Casino & En­ter­tain­ment King­dom ad­mit­ting that the roulette ta­ble can be con­trolled by their croupier?

● Nishaye Sewlal Pa­day­achee: That’s over 400 000 so it does not fall un­der mag­is­trate’s court ju­ris­dic­tion.

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