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We’ve got all the latest South Africa news stories and headlines you really need to know for Tuesday 19th July 2022.

A young mother brutally attacked a horny man with a frying pan after forcibly trying to have sex with her.

According to Prem Balram, spokesman for the South African Response Force (RUSA), the 32-year-old man suffered serious head injuries.

Meanwhile, officials at Killarney International Raceway have confirmed they will investigate an incident that resulted in the death of a popular drag racing fan. Cape Town local doctor Shaheed Mugjenkar was killed when he lost control of a high performance vehicle.

A private bus carrying 20 students from Letsatsing Secondary School exploded at Unit 9 in Mmabatho, near Mafikeng in the north-west.

The incident took place on Saturday 16 July and luckily no injuries were reported.

A petition calling for police minister Bheki Cele to be removed from cabinet has gained momentum, with more than 70,000 signatures.

A perpetrator of gender-based violence (GBV) is facing 20 years in prison for stabbing his girlfriend in the eye, despite his previous conviction for murdering his ex 13 years ago.

South Africa Update Today, Tuesday 19 July

Young mother brutally assaults horny man with frying pan

Yes, you read that right! A young mother brutally attacked a horny man with a frying pan after forcibly trying to have sex with her.

According to Prem Balram, spokesman for the South African Response Force (RUSA), the 32-year-old man suffered serious head injuries.

He was beaten with a frying pan by the mother of his three-year-old son.

Also read: Kidnapped father murdered in vehicle in Bloemfontein

“The South African Response Unit (RUSA) received a call for help from a resident of Hilltop near Trenance Park, KwaZulu-Natal, at approximately 20:14 on Sunday, July 17, 2022.

“The caller told the duty controller that he found a man bleeding from a head injury. When the controller asked for more details about the patient’s medical condition, the caller said he believed the man had been run over by a motor vehicle. .”

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WATCH: ‘Daredevil’ doctor killed in Cape Town drag racing accident

Officials at Killarney International Raceway have confirmed they will investigate an incident that resulted in the death of a popular drag racing fan. Cape Town local doctor Shaheed Mugjenkar was killed when he lost control of a high performance vehicle.

Dr Mujenkar is described as an experienced racing driver and those familiar with the track are still confused as to what led to the tragic incident. The car has since turned from one side of the strip to the other before rolling multiple times.

It then collided with the safety barrier. Medics rushed to treat the victim, and although he was taken to hospital, nothing could bring Dr Mujinka back to life. Motorsports South Africa (MSA) confirmed that an investigation is now underway.

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Bus carrying 20 students explodes near Mafikeng in northwest

A private bus carrying 20 students from Letsatsing Secondary School exploded at Unit 9 in Mmabatho, near Mafikeng in the north-west.

The incident took place on Saturday 16 July and luckily no injuries were reported.

Students at Letsatsing Secondary School are attending a winter camp class at Mosikare Secondary School in Mantsha village, according to the North West Ministry of Education. On their way home, the bus exploded as it got off near the town of Mmabatho.

bus.Photo: Ministry of Education

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Woman loses focus on GBV boyfriend who murdered ex 13 years ago

A perpetrator of gender-based violence (GBV) is facing 20 years in prison for stabbing his girlfriend in the eye, despite his previous conviction for murdering his ex 13 years ago.

Linda Makhanya is back in prison again, this time for attacking Sonto Radebe. He was sentenced to an effective term of 20 years’ imprisonment by Roodepoort Magistrates’ Court.

Makhanya and Radebe were in a relationship that ended in June 2017. But three months later, when Radebe tried to enter her rental room in Dobsonville, he ambushed and approached her.

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Petition to remove Bheki Cele from cabinet gains momentum

Will Police Minister Bheki Cele be sacked?

This is everyone’s concern, as more than 70,000 people have signed a petition to remove him.

South Africans are clearly fed up with Cele, especially after his recent comments about South Africans with tattoos.

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