[Even SABC ran a story on this (which is rare). They also described it as gruesome. I think they said the only things missing were the cell phones. The old man was killed at about 4am in the morning when he was milking the cows.
Let me mention the SABC's worthless coverage of the murders of whites, especially white farmers. I flipped between the channels and only SABC TV2 (the Afrikaans news) ran this story as far as I could tell. I did not see it on any other news channel. Strangely, SABC TV2 news, in Afrikaans is often the best of the SABC channels. But you'd virtually never see this on TV3 which is the english TV news. They almost NEVER run stuff like this. Jan]
A farmer and his wife were killed on their farm in Boschkop, outside Pretoria, police said on Friday.
Spokesperson Johannes Jaftha said the 63-year-old farmer and his 60-year-old wife were found by their son on Friday morning.
"It is alleged that the farmer was killed when he was milking his cows. He sustained a big wound on his head.
"His wife had several wounds on her upper body. They both died at the scene," said Jaftha.
He added that the motive for the murders was not yet known.
"It is also not yet known if any belongings were taken from the house," he said.
Here are more stories from a nation in which Whites ceded power to those barely capable of restraining themselves from raping, murdering, destroying and plundering on an hour by hour basis.
In such places life has no value and the minds of the natives know no beauty. Indeed their minds are ever full of dreadful malice and cold, unthinking, apathy.
They are conscience only of the moment. "Those numberless afflictions, which render it doubtful whether heaven has given life to us in mercy or in wrath, are less felt, and sooner forgotten with them. In general, their existence appears to participate more of sensation than reflection." -Thomas Jefferson
Theirs was a world of disease and savages before the White man arrived, and it returns to disease and unbridled savagery as the White Man fades from history.