Kgosi concerned about murder cases

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SELEBI- PHIKWE: The Customary Court President of Kagiso, Mark Thipe, has raised concerns over passion killings in Selebi-Phikwe.

Thipe said he was worried about men who killed women over relationship breakups or arguments. He said parents who let their children misbehave and let them control them cause these murders.

“Parents are failing to discipline their children and let them control them,” he said. “They let them engage in relationships especially at a tender age to an extent of letting them cohabit.”

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