Help end Katkop house envisions and stock theft, and business sabotage

Help end Katkop house envisions and stock theft, and business sabotage

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Zama Makalima started this petition to Elundini Municipality and

The people of Katkop, Maclear, Eastern Cape need help in getting their plight noticed by organisation's in power that can help end the pillaging that takes place every day. Almost every night in Katkop a household, small holding or small business is attacked in the night. Over the past 3 years there has been an increases effort to steal and deplete livestock in the area. This syndicate is also involved in breaking into people homes, terrorising the families inside and stealing from them and in too many instances they have killed and raped during these attacks. The people of Katkop feel that the local police are a part of the problem and have no faith in them.

Please help us get this to ears of lawmakers,  special units and parties who can assist the petrified woman and children who are scarred repeatedly by these terrorists.

The young men how find themselves living here feel they have no power to end this as many households have only women and children, and these terrorists do shy away from dealing with a heavy hand with any males they encounter.

People are unable to make an honest living for themselves, and too many families now rely on social grants to keep food on the table. These are hard working families who have been raised on small scale subsistence farming, and small micro businesses. 

Please help us bring this plight to media houses. This could the beginning to giving these families justice and validating their exsistence. Please help us change the lives of a boy, a child, a woman, a family in desperate need. 

I would also like to plead with any organisation's that can help teach us self defense methods and provide counseling as wounds run deep. 

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