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- Retired South African medical journalist, ex-Sunday Times of Johannesburg.
Martie Grobler, 59, murdered on Laer Hoogekraal farm, Glentana, George
2011-06-13 Johannesburg – Mrs Martie Grobler, 59, who lived in a rental homestead on the Laer Hoogekraal farm at Glentana near George,was stabbed to death at 8am Monday-morning. She had numerous stabbing wounds. They have no motive. She may or may not have had a cellphone stolen.Mrs Grobler was last seen alive by the owners of the farm, said police - who were notified and went to investigate after Mrs Grobler had failed to show up on Monday-morning to pick up the members of her ridealong club to work.
Farmitracker.com – recent postings on Grobler and/or Groblersdal:
Mrs Martie Grobler, 59, murdered, Laer Hoogekraal farm Glentana George Martie Grobler, 59, murdered on Laer Hoogekraal farm, Glentana, George 2011-06-13 Mon Jun 13 2011 8:00:00 am
Prins, John, farmer and wife;Breedt, Sarel, all 3 shot dead, Groblersdal Pretoria - Groblersdal farmer John Prins was shot dead by two robbers on Friday morning. Police said Prins and his wife were leaving their house to look for their dogs when they were ambushed. Fri Jan 19 2007 1:02:00 am
Grobler, Chris and Lloyd Eugene farm assault Kroonstad March2010 - Assault charges dropped against Kroonstad farmer Chris Grobler and foreman Eugene Lloyd – lack of evidence 010-06-16 Volksblad journalist Johan Brits reports from Koppies magistrate’ ... Mon Mar 15 2010
Grobler, Flip and Pop, brutally attacked by three knifemen, Klopperbos farm Hammanskraal Flip, 72, and Pop Grobler, 70, brutalised in farm attack Klopperbos Hammanskraal (source: Gerhard Pretorius, Beeld). http://www.beeld.com/Suid-Afrika/Nuus/Egpaar-en-werker-dae-na-mekaar-aangeval-20110425 Sun Apr 17 2011 11:15:00 am
Grobler, Lodie, Afrikaner shop mgr. Ladybrand, stabbed to death berserker black worker - Lodie Grobler, 27, Cambridge Wholesalers manager, Ladybrand, stabbed to death by berserker worker Jan14_2011 Fri Jan 14 2011 1:34:00 am
Grobler Hendrik, 35, paralysed from brutal beating by 3 black cops Gezina garage Boilermaker Hendrik Grobler, 35: ‘ I twice told the cop I could not lie down on the floor because of recent back surgery. He pointed his gun, threatening to shoot me if I didn’t ... Thu Apr 21 2011 1:12:00 am
Grobler, Ignatius Michael, Club 40 manager, murdered by cop-gang which is still working Reign of terror targets whites from police-stations: A judge who jailed Sasolburg Club 40 manager Ignatius Michael Grobler's killer this week is worried: Judge C J Musi noted that the majority of police officers arrested for armed attacks against white smallholdings in this region, ‘are still at work’ ... Sat Jun 4 2011
Incidents in this general region:
Murderer/Rapist of farm child Marike Jansen, 11, denied bail: Helping Hand campaign Riversdal Soetmelksfontein South Africa Jul 21 2010
George, garden route botanical garden: dad and small son, 3, found dead with wounds George Garden Route Botanical Garden Aug 2 2010
In direct response to the gruesome double-murder of Jan and Susan Malan on a smallholding near Vereeniging on Sunday June 12, the Herstigte Nasionale Party is calling on local and international businesses to stop dealing with the ANC-regime.
The party has lodged a boycot of all the businesses in South Africa which deal with the ruling ANC-regime –and says businesses dealing with the illegal, criminal ANC-regime will be held co-responsible for the genocide of the Afrikaners and their names will be added to the two genocide-complaints recently lodged at the International criminal court in The Hague.
The HNP said in its news release that ‘only people who still believe in fairy-tales could ever believe that these motiveless murders against Afrikaners are just ‘ordinary crime’, as the regime would have us believe. “
Attacks on whites in towns and countryside soared over past 18 months:
picture: Unmotivated, very cruel attacks against ‘whites’ in towns and countryside of South Africa by armed black male militia-style groups soared these past 18 months: the Farmitracker.com archive logged more than 800 lethal and non-lethal attacks’ - with more than 90% of those ‘white’victims identified as Afrikaans-speaking Christian families in towns and the countryside: more than 530 attacks were recorded in Gauteng province alone. More than 98% of all these murders and non-lethal attacks against whites were carried out by young, armed black males who moreover stole very little if anything; the attacks were often accompanied by anti-white hatespeech and excessively cruel violence, including live-slaughter of body parts: and even in one case, a Boer baby Helmien Potgieter, shot dead execution-style during the murders of her parents on their Free State farm by six black male attackers.
Malema: ‘Farm murders will stop if you give us blacks 80% of your agri-enterprise shares’
The HNP statement continued: “On the contrary, youth leader Julius Malema recently inadvertently let the cat out of the bag when he said that the ‘farm murders would stop once the farmers have given eighty percent of their farming-shares to blacks,’ the HNP pointed out.
None of the media-statements, calls on the ANC-regime and the police, and barrelloads of petitions to end the murders of Afrikaners on farms and smallholdings, have had any positive results. The murders are not stopping. The regime has clearly demonstrated that it has no political will to have the farm-murders stop.
The HNP will therefore commit itself to boycot any business inside- and outside the country which have dealings with the ANC-regime. We will inform these businesses that they are supporting in illegal, black-racist criminal regime which is stealing itself rich while at the same time allowing the largescale murders of citizens of this country. We will hold such companies co-responsible for the genocide and the names of these businesses will be added to the two genocide-complaints lodged at the ICC in The Hague. “
Genocide Watch: Boers and Refugees at risk of Genocide, Politicide, Mass Atrocities in 2011 at the hands of Black Racists in South Africa
72-year-old St Francis Bay woman kills armed man
2011-06-12 2 St Francis Bay, South Africa. A 72-year-old woman living on her own has shot and killed one of two armed black men who broke into her house, asaulted, threatened, blindfolded her and tied her up. The elderly white woman faced the attackers coming through the window at 3:00 Sunday June 12, 2011.
They demanded the PIN-numbers to her bank cards. SAPF spokeswoman Marianette Olivier said "while one of the men left with her car to draw money from her account, she managed to untie herself and got a firearm from the cupboard. The man tried to grab her .38 Special handgun - and she fired shots, killing him. The second man came back, saw her standing with the gun and ran away. No one has been charged with murder. We will do formal investigations, send a docket to the public prosecutor and then a decision will be made as to whether she shot the man dead in self-defence," she told News24.com.
Police also did not say whether the woman's bank account was looted by the second man and whether they expect to arrest him soon.
Jan and Susan Malan, 64 and 60, hacked and stabbed to death, Mooilande smallholdings, Vereeniging:
NOTHING ROBBED - not even their car which still had their keys in it. Her handbag was found next to her body, his wallet was still atop the kitchen cupboard with the bagged groceries. Mrs Malan worked as a clerk at the Children's Court, he was a retired police officer. The couple got a death threat through their maid; their dogs were poisoned a week earlier -- police refused to investigate their formal complaint:
Maid received warning at church that her employers ‘would be next’ after dogs were poisoned:
The mutilated bodies of Jan Malan, 64, and his wife Susan, 60, were found on the Mooilande-smallholdings outside Vereeniging: hacked and knifed to death with a hatchet. The Monday before they were murdered, the retired police officer was turned away from the Groendenne Satellite police station: he tried to have police investigate a death-threat he and his wife had received through their maid, and they also wanted to report that some of their dogs were poisoned.
- They were murdered on Saturday June 11 2011: ambushed as they were carrying their groceries inside their homestead. NOTHING WAS STOLEN, not even their blue Toyota Corolla car; nor their legal guns locked inside the legally-registered gunsafe, nor their wallets or her handbag: it was lying right next to her mutilated body, her face covered by a scarf, when the couple were found.
Mrs Malan had worked as a clerk for the past 20 years at the Children’s court. Her throat was sliced right through; when found her face was covered up by a scarf; her husband was stabbed in the left-side of his body with a knife and had hatchet-wounds to his face and head.
Maid found her employers murdered:
Their eldest daughter Mrs Minetta McLachlan, 39, (left facing camera, her sister Maryke Mortagua standing next to her, weeping amongst neighbours and friends) said her parents’ neighbours were alerted by the (unnamed) maid: “she wanted to fetch the laundry from their house and found my parents' bodies.” ' Mrs McLachlan phoned her sister Mrs Maryke Mortagua (33) and the daughters rushed to their parental home and waited outside while son-in-law Ian McLachlan, 43, went inside the homestead. " Ian said the house was very dark. A scarf covered Mrs Malan's face and he saw headwounds on Mr Malan's face,' said the neighbour to the Beeld journalist. Mr McLachlan also said two more of the couple's dogs, including yorkshire-terrier Zack, were also found poisoned on Saturday - after their other dogs were poisoned the previous Monday. visual: http://bit.ly/jVJz7Q
"Your employers are next', the maid was warned at church after dogs were poisoned:
Two friends from the Vanderbijlpark Police Station accompanied Mr Malan to the smallholding and the men verified that they had found 'countless bones covered in (two-step) poison. Someone then warned their housekeeper at her church that the Malan couple 'would be next', but when Mr Malan tried to lodge a formal charge at the Groendenne-satellite police station, he was turned away 'due to jurisdiction problems'.The Malan couple then hired a security guard to look after the homestead during the nights until Thursday, when laser-alarms were installed around the smallholding's erf."We presumed that someone would try and kill my parents at night, not during the daytime,' Mrs McLachlan said.
Who overheard Mrs Malan tell her daughter about her shopping plans?
"My mom and I spoke Friday-night by phone and she said they wanted to go shopping on Saturday. The attackers broke a window to get inside the homestead, and ambushed my parents when they returned from shopping. They were attacked when they were carrying their groceries inside from their blue Toyota Corolla . "My father's wallet was untouched: on the kitchen cupboard together with the groceries. My mother 's habit always was to first put her handbag in the bedroom: her handbag was found next to her body in the hallway,’ said the grieving daughter (right, consoling her 13-year-old son Jedian).
The police were unable to say 'whether anything was stolen but the house was turned upside down, the couple's handguns were inside their registered gun-safe and their car was not stolen'. SAPF CONSTABLE Teboho Lephoto claimed that 'it will be investigated why Mr Malan was turned away from the police station when he tried to lodge a charge'.The police also claimed that they 'questioned two youths who were seen in the vicinity of Deneysville'. http://www.beeld.com/Suid-Afrika/Nuus/Vrou-keelaf-gesny-20110612
My personal comment: Nobody said anything about the fact that someone very close-by, a person in a position of trust, must have overheard Mrs Malan when she told her daughter by telephone that the couple ‘would go shopping Saturday.'