She was wearing a red top and khaki pants,” she said last week. The family is still struggling to come to terms with their loss. Speakers described how Lizzy loved people and how she was everyone’s friend. Her Sunday school teacher Maria Molebane said her death affected everyone.
“The person who did this is going to suffer. The government must hand him over to us and we’ll deal with him,” she said. She said Lizzy loved going to church.
“She was very talkative and entertaining. She always started singing and made sure we had fun in the bus when going on trips,” she said.
Lizzy’s principal Sidney Madisha said: “This is the third rape incident in a week in this village. People must stand up and stop these killings. Ward councillor Malebo Ramagofu said she was deeply touched.
“We want the community to help the police find the perpetrators killing and raping our children. We have to work as one,” she said.
In other news – LootLove sympathies with women who are going through pain during this time
It’s been a long week for Mzansi and peeps on social media cannot take more revelations of femicide, rape, murder, and xenophobia.