Three women killed in the WC during 16 days of activism
It seems 16 days of activism against women and children abuse came with more violence for women. Lauren Issacs, EWN reporter speaks of three murders that took place during the start of the activism period.
First, it was the murder of Noluvo Swelindawo who's body was found dumped alongside the N2 highway.
In a separate incident, Thembeka Dumani was shot dead in Philippi East.
In Khayelitsha, Nopinki Fuba's body was found dumped near a communal toilet on Monday.
As a young women I feel we should be irate about these crimes and make a noise whenever it happens not only during 16 days of activism.Lauren Issacs, EWN reporter
We have sisters, mothers and daughters and this could happen to anyone at anytime. Just hearing the authorities talk about it it's not enough.Lauren Issacs, EWN reporter
Statistics show that the Western Cape has the most police killings. More than 30 police officers have been killed this year. Isaacs attended a memorial service to honour these police officers who died in the line of duty.
To hear more of stories covered by Lauren Issacs in 2016, listen below:
Barry Bateman spoke to Stephen Grootes to unpack the meaning behind the stories that dominated the headlines in 2016.Read More
Monique Mortlock covered the horrific rape and murder of Sinoxolo Mafevuka in Khayelitsha and killing of Philippi baby Inganathi.Read More
EWN's Xolani Koyana takes a look back at some of the more memorable news stories he covered this year.Read More
EWN sports reporter Carl Lewis shares some of his highlights of the year which include the launch of Cape Town City FC.Read More
EWN reporter Clement Manyathela shares with Kieno Kammies some of the stand-out stories he covered in 2016.Read More
EWN's Giovanna Gerbi looks at the dynamics of the Zephany Nurse and hints on what to expect from the van Breda triple murder case.Read More