Prominent South African Farm-Attacks Activist Annette Kennealy, is stabbed and beaten to death at her home
Prominent South African Farm-Attacks Activist Annette Kennealy, is stabbed and beaten to death at her home in horrifying hammer attack
- Annette Kennealy, 51, was beaten and stabbed to death on her farm in Limpopo
- A male suspect, 40, has been arrested and will appear before court
- Kennealy was publicly outspoken about attacks on white Afrikaner farmers
- Comes as South African government pushes ahead with plans to expropriate land without compensation to correct the 'historic imbalance' of apartheid
Police spokesman Colonel Moatshe Ngoepe said Ms Kennealy was found with 'multiple stab wounds'.
Marius Mueller, director of Afrikaner campaign group AfriForum, told Marelo Media that Ms Kennealy had been found with head wounds.
She was found laying on her stomach, had wounds to her left eye and an open wound on her forehead, he said.
A hammer was found next to the body alongside an iron rod, he added.
Another police spokesperson, Col Moatshe, said that a 40-year-old male suspect has been arrested and will soon appear before the Louis Trichardt Magistrate Court.
Annette’s last post on Facebook before her death.
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