2 Dead and 8 Injured in Cape Town Shootings this Weekend



At least two people have been killed and eight wounded in separate shooting incidents across the city of Cape Town this weekend.

In one incident, a man was gunned down in Mitchells Plain on Sunday. Western Cape police spokesperson Captain Frederick van Wyk said that another man was shot dead near Bishop Lavis.

“The circumstances surrounding a shooting incident on Saturday night where a 36-year-old man was shot and fatally wounded is currently under investigation.”

On Saturday morning, a man was shot and wounded in Bonteheuwel. And in Manenberg, on Saturday night seven people were wounded, including a young girl, in a gun battle.

Source: EWN

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