South Africa : Archbishop Supports Gun Campaign

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A campaign by the South Africa Football Association (Safa) to get rid of illegal guns from the country in the wake of the murder of national captain Senzo Meyiwa is being backed by the Archbishop of Cape Town.

Meyiwa was gunned down at the home of a friend last month in a botched robbery. A suspect, Zanokuhle Mbatha, 25, was arrested and charged after witnesses picked him out in an identity parade.

The Senzo Meyiwa Gun Campaign (SMGC) was launched by Safa president Danny Jordaan, who said: “Our national captain’s death brought matters to a head. This campaign is not just about Senzo, it gives a voice and face to the 17 others who were shot and killed on the same day as Senzo.

“This campaign is not about interfering with licensed firearms but to get rid of the illegal guns and unlicensed weapons that are destroying our country. We have to make a start now and rid our country of this evil… Read More

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