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South Africans on Tuesday took to Twitter to mourn the loss of former Bafana Bafana player Marc Batchelor, who was gunned down outside his Johannesburg home on Monday night.
— Velly Shiluvane (@ShiluvaneVelly) July 16, 2019
— Mrs Mumba (@tshedisott) July 16, 2019
— Zostar (@Zostar15) July 16, 2019
The news was confirmed to the media by police spokesperson Colonel Lungelo Dlamini, who explained that Batchelor was shot multiple times by two men on a motorbike.
The incident has many talking about the safety of South Africa.
As South Africans, we need Death Penalty back, we are SICK & TIRED of wrtng RIP 2 innocent Souls. Not so long, it was:
1 Senzo Meyiwa
2 Lucky Dube
3 Reeva Steenkamp
4 Mafikizolo Star and others.
Now is Mark Batchelor 😭
— Ndavheleseni Windstone Ramuntshi (@NRamuntshi) July 16, 2019
Killings and assassinations are becoming a habit in South Africa because the law is too lenient to them. I vote we bring back “Death panalties” to the ones found guilty. I mean Kids are starting to kill as well because they know that they will get away with it #RIPMarkBatchelor pic.twitter.com/4Aoub8Rt31
— EIGHTY SEVEN 💱💵 (@Tbattisse) July 16, 2019
This country is going into shit #RIPMarkBatchelor
— JUST CALL ME P (@624Money) July 16, 2019
Feature image: screenshot, @Zostar15 via Twitter