Day Of Terror: White South African Farmers Attacked Within 24 Hours

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In a span of 24 hours, two farm
attacks occurred in Bokfontein, North West province. On 6 July 2019, at 15:30,
an elderly couple was violently assaulted in their farm.

The assailants entered and left the
premises onboard the same car after the attack. 
The woman (75) was admitted to a hospital for serious injuries while her
husband (77) sustained minor injuries.

The attackers were able to enter the
farm after pretending to buy meat from the couple. 

SAPS spokesperson, Colonel Amanda
Funani said that the three attackers took the couple’s firearms, laptops and
smartphones.

Funani also told reporters that the
attack is classified as robbery and there is no available information on the
assailants.

On 7 July 2019, a second attack took
place in Bokfontein. The victim (72) sustained head injuries and stabbed wounds
on the back and neck. One of the assailants even bit the victim.

The incidents were tweeted by Ian
Cameron who is a leading voice against these attacks on white farmers in South
Africa: 

“#FarmAttack 6/7/19: Bokfontein,
North West Province. Elderly couple violently assaulted and firearms stolen.
Suspects entered the farm with a car and left with the same vehicle. The locked
the gate upon exiting. Limited info at this stage.”

“ANOTHER ONE! #FarmAttack 7/7/19:
Bokfontein, North West prov. Second one in 24hrs in area. Victim beaten over
the head and stabbed several times. Ambulance on scene. Awaiting more info.”

The ANC government has kept its
distance from farm attack issues. With President Cyril Ramaphosa’s denial of
the existence of farm murders at the UN last year, the solution to this growing
problem remains in the dark. 

Dr. Theo de Jager,
Chairman of the farmer’s association Saai, said “I often wish political
commentators and the security ministers, or the President himself, would only
once visit such a farm murder scene. They should smell it and see it: the
bestial brutality of the torture, and the blood on the ceiling and the walls.”

“Only then they will be qualified to
talk about the similarities and differences between farm murders and other
crime,” he added.

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