Strangers You Know S2 [On MNet]
We take a look back at the most horrifying crimes in South Africa that are done by men against woman they thought loved them. In this season the documentary series explores the murders of Anene Booysen, Jayde Panayiotou, the Van Breda family, and Karabo Mokoena – who were all murdered by someone they knew.Thank you for reading this post, don't forget to subscribe!
There has been GBV across the country and this documentary explores the behaviours of predators that are in sheep skin, This past Sunday we were in shock as the 1st episode premiered which features the gruesome death of Karabo Mokoena who was killed by her boyfriend and put inside a large garbage bin to dispose of the mess.
Viewers can expect insightful and emotional interviews from the friends and families at the heart of the story and the analysis of the lead investigators, forensic pathologists, and prosecutors involved in each case.
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Heres A Sneak Peak At Following Episodes
Karabo Mokoena | Sunday 9 January
Karabo Mokoena thought she had found the man of her dreams when she started dating Forex trader Sandile Mantsoe. He appeared to be successful, intelligent and grounded in his spirituality. But when Karabo goes missing, her friends and family try to track her down at the last place she was seen. It soon becomes evident that Sandile is not the Prince Charming Karabo had first envisioned.
Jayde Panayiotou | Sunday 16 January
In Gqebera circles, Jayde and Christopher were a match made in heaven. Jayde was a fun, well-loved teacher, and Christopher was the businessman with a plan. But their lives are ripped apart when Jayde’s body is found in a field outside of town. While Christopher and his family mourn their profound loss, police set up a sting operation, and a shocking discovery is made.
Anene Booysen | Sunday 23 January
A despicable act of savagery ends the life of Bredasdorp teenager Anene Booysen. After the 17-year-old is found beaten and almost naked on a construction site by a security guard, the public is baying for blood. With her dying words, Anene whispers the name of her killer to her mother. What appears to be an open-and-shut case actually raises more questions about the police investigation and, most importantly, whether the right man is in prison.
Henri van Breda | Sunday 30 January
South Africans were shaken when the picture-perfect Van Breda family were brutally attacked in their Stellenbosch home by an axe-wielding intruder. While the massacre grabbed international headlines, the police started paying close attention to someone inside the home. The police slowly piece together the events of that day, and a heart-breaking betrayal is revealed.