Police say 'no stone will be left unturned' by police over stoning to death of three kids, last seen after strike for more teachers. They had been removed from the care of their parents due to alleged neglect. Limpopo also sees about a hundred 'witchcraft' killings a year. The motive is unknown.
The strike on Wednesday was over a demand for more teachers. Limpopo has struggled with a textbook crisis, where textbooks were not delivered, and is a very poor province, suffering from service delivery qualms. South African legislation sentencing people who accuse others of Witchcraft to maximum offenders' 25 years in Jail followed the Salem Witch trial type killings in Limpopo, which continue today. Police are uncertain why the children were stoned to death.