Aubrey Manaka – killer – Ramabulana

Aubrey Manaka has been charged with rape, murder, and robbery with aggravating circumstances. Manaka has abandoned bail and will appear in court again on 30 January 2020. The accused was arrested early on Thursday 28 November 2019, at his parent’s home in Nyakelang in Botlokwa (Limpopo).  (Possibly more than one suspect)
Aubrey Manaka

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It was revealed on Sunday 1 December 2019, that the idea of brutally attacking women was not new to the main suspect in the Precious Ramabulana case.

Aubrey Manaka, 28, can now be named after officially appearing at the Morebeng Magistrate’s Court in Limpopo, on Monday 2 December 2019, for the alleged rape and murder of Precious Ramabulana.

According to EWN, Manaka has been charged with rape, murder, and robbery with aggravating circumstances. Manaka has abandoned bail and will appear in court again on 30 January 2020.

Like with farmers and brutal attacks on whites, it is always and most of the time during night times – women and children included.    How many farms were visited by Ramaphosa, ANC or DA or any other political party? 
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According to preliminary investigations, Ramabulana, a 21-year-old TVET student was asleep in her dorm, when she was attacked, raped and stabbed 52 times at 02:30 on Sunday 24 November 2019.

As previously reported on by TheSouthAfrican.com, President Cyril Ramaphosa held a private meeting with the family at Ramabulana’s house just outside Makhado, before addressing the media. Ramaphosa revealed that the perpetrator had been facing rape charges before murdering Precious Ramabulana:

“The perpetrator had had his brushes with the law on the rape-type of charge. I don’t have the full details and he was still out patrolling the streets of our country. This is a national shame, that a young girl who had such a promising future, her life has been cut short by a man who killed her so brutally.”

 

The accused was arrested early on Thursday 28 November 2019, at his parent’s home in Nyakelang in Botlokwa (Limpopo). Police said a murder weapon and a cellphone, supposedly stolen from the Ramabulana, and blood-stained clothes were amongst some of the things found in the suspect’s possession.

The very next day, after Ramabulana’s brutal murder in Limpopo, marked the beginning of the “16 Days of Activism” campaign against gender-based violence (GBV).

Cyril Ramaphosa blasted for saying prisoners “should do hard labour”

 

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A family in disbelief, and a student community gripped by fear. This in the wake of the gruesome murder of Capricorn TVET College student, Precious Ramabulana. The 21-year old’s body was found in a pool of blood in her rented room at Botlokwa in Limpopo. She had multiple stab wounds.

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Limpopo police have arrested one suspect in connection with the murder of Precious Ramabulana. The suspect was arrested in the early hours of this morning.   Possibly more than one suspect.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G45DkvZuEb0

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WHAT ABOUT ALL THE OTHER KILLINGS IN SOUTH AFRICA?   IT IS UNCONSTITUTIONAL THAT THE KILLERS AND RAPERS HAVE A ROYAL LIFE IN PRISON

President Cyril Ramaphosa visited the family of slain student Precious Ramabulana in Limpopo on Sunday after the 21-year-old was stabbed 52 times. Ramaphosa said the perpetrator already had a pending rape charge and that such men should not live a comfortable life in prison.

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For the latest on the murder case of Precious Ramabulana, we cross to our reporter Lutendo Bobodi

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It was reported previously that Ramaphosa’s suggested that prisoners should be made to do hard labour, while Breytenbach of the DA is of the opinion that it is both unconstitutional and populist.   Ramaphosa is reported to have told mourners at the funeral of Precious Ramabsulana that “government would work to change the justice system to ensure that people convicted of crimes against women and children remain behind bars for life and under the harshest conditions.”    Why must criminal get 5 star treatments in jail and beter off than their victims?    The DA is violated all victims rights and it is unconstitutional.
“unconstitutional” rights of prisoners – Breytenbach (DA)

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Ramaphosa has indicated that he would like some prisoners to face “hard labour” in jail.  AGREE WITH THAT.    The DA is against such suggestion.

Agree with hard labour for all criminals, especially killers, attackers and rapers – they do not belong in any community – they must not have any human rights, because they took away their victim’s right to live.  To enter illegally any home to steal, attack, kill or rape are also unconstitutional  –

Breytenbach, spokesperson of the DA must read her so-called constitution about lives that have been taken away in South Africa – if you supported any criminal, you are also unconstitutional.   Read the Bill of rights – citizens have also rights.

Prisoners and their human rights

 

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