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South Africa - Farm Attack Victims: 1 April 2013 to 31 March 2014

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  • Jurgen Francois Meyer (b. - 2014)
    Jurgen Francois Meyer (d.o.b. unknown - 2014) . Brief overview: Meyer, a Kameeldrift businessman, owner of a steel factory, was murdered in February 2014. The alleged leader of the gang of robbers,...
  • Professor Daan Wybenga (1944 - 2013)
    Professor Daan Wybenga (1944 - 2013) Brief overview: Wybenga (69), well-know author, lecturer and academic, was tortured and murdered in his home in Clarens, Free State, on 7th October 2013. His bo...
  • Leon Joubert (1960 - 2013)
    Leon Joubert (1960 – 2013) Brief overview: Brief Biography: Other Victims/Family Funeral/Memorial The Farm/Smallholding The Region (Land disputes, other incidents etc.) Attack Details...
  • Charlotte Kruger (1948 - 2014)
    Charlotte Kruger (1948 – 2014) Brief overview: Charlotte Kruger (66) was attacked in her home by 2 Black men, in a security complex in the early hours of 24/01/2014. Charlotte died of suffocation f...

“Farm Murders” 1 April 2013 to 31 March 2014

SAPS 2013/14 "official" figures: 58 Murders from 492 Attacks

TAU 2013/14 "official" figures: 61 Murders from 242 Attacks

57 Murders logged in this project

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January

  • Piet Riekert (52) 01/01/2014 Dinokeng Nature Reserve, Hammanskraal, GP (shot dead while watching TV)
  • Sarel Pretorius (61) 14/01/2014 Farm Rooipoort, Barkly East, EC (shot dead) media article
  • [Farmer's relative] () 15/01/2014 Gulu smallholdings, near East London, EC media article
  • [Farm Worker] (54) 15/01/2014 Gulu smallholdings, near East London, EC media article
  • Charlotte Kruger (66) 24/01/2014 Sterkspruit smallholdings, Lydenburg, MPL (died as a result of a gag being pushed too deep) media article

February

March