Uitsig gang violence
CT man killed in gang-related shooting
The incident happened on Tuesday night
A four-year-old girl was killed after she was caught up in an alleged gang gun battle on Wednesday.
The MEC for Community Safety says over the past two years the community has been faced with the daily gang and drug-related shootings.
An 11-year-old boy was reportedly among the three people killed over the weekend.
Uitsig community says the spike in shooting incidents is worrying.
This is the first death since a peace pact was agreed between rival gangs about five months ago.
A 14-year-old boy was shot in the head while playing with friends in his backyard this past weekend.
Community leader David Van Wyk says gangsters are holding the community hostage.
A 12-year-old boy died on Saturday after being caught in the cross-fire of gang violence in Uitsig.
Two people were shot and killed during suspected gang crossfire over Easter.
The matter is being heard in camera because one of the five accused is a minor.
Uitsig residents say the murders of two family members are another reminder of the out of control gangsterism.
Barend has been hailed a hero for attempting to protect the teen who was attacked by a gang.
Two Uitsig relatives who died following a brutal attack will be laid to rest later today.
The Ravensmead CPF has condemned the threats saying the community does not need any more violence.
The six suspects, including two minors, will return to court on 2 December.
A memorial service for murdered Uitsig teen Justin Langley & his uncle Barend will be held on Sunday.
Barren Langley was stabbed 19 times trying to protect his nephew Justin who was hacked to death.
Bridgette Langley says a group of men tried to attack her while she lay on her son’s lifeless body.