Women who kill: ‘Categories that rely on gender norms not useful’

Mogokolodi Digama’s life was snuffed out one fateful night at a spaza shop on his way home from work. Gunmen attacked and killed Digama, a warrant officer in the police force, and then drove off in his vehicle, which was later found burnt out in Madibong village in the  Sekhukhune district in Limpopo, in June 2021.

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