UWC Student Allegedly Stabs CPUT Girlfriend in CPUT Residence.


According to reports from the residence, a male University of the Western Cape (UWC) student, whose full name has not been disclosed, has been arrested for allegedly stabbing his girlfriend, a female Cape Peninsula University of Technology (CPUT) student, in a CPUT residence. The incident unfolded shortly after a Gender-Based Violence (GBV) march at UWC. Motivated by recent revelations of infidelity, the girlfriend, whose full name is also undisclosed, is currently hospitalized and fighting for her life.

It is reported that the young lady has been rushed to the hospital, still alive but facing a critical condition after sustaining multiple stab wounds in her stomach and her back.
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Her resilience in the face of such a harrowing ordeal adds a poignant layer to this tragic event, emphasizing the severity of gender-based violence and the urgent need for comprehensive efforts to address and prevent such incidents.

This is a developing story, and further updates will be provided as more information emerges.

Reports indicate that South Point Orchards students took matters into their own hands before the police arrived. In an impromptu response, students from South Point Orchards confronted and physically assaulted the alleged assailant. The girlfriend, still hospitalized, now finds herself at the center of a complex situation involving both the legal system and vigilant student intervention.

This remains a developing story, and additional updates will follow as more information becomes available. 

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