1 minute read
28 Dec 2020
5:30 am

The Meyiwas have suffered enough

They don’t need any further pain.

Former Bafana Bafana caption Senzo Meyiwa's tombstone vandalised. Picture: Twitter @BafanaBafana

The images of the destruction to former Bafana Bafana goalkeeper and captain Senzo Meyiwa’s tombstone are shameful. The damage comes less than two months after his tombstone was unveiled at the Heroes’ Acre Cemetery in Durban. The vandalism of tombstones is not a new thing. It’s been going on for years. What is concerning is trying to figure out what goes through someone’s mind when they vandalise a tombstone. It’s the lowest of the low and asks some serious questions about our society. The destruction to Meyiwa’s tombstone is just the latest in a string of puzzling events involving the...