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Bongani Fassie escapes death after being attacked by an unknown man

Bongani Fassie sustains deep cuts after being attacked by an unknown man in a hoodie at a traffic light in Randburg, Johannesburg. The musician said the man targeted his chest with a panga but he fought for his life despite severe cuts on his hands.

Speaking to ZiMoja, he said, “I don’t know who the man is. I just saw him come at me with a panga. I was driving with a friend with my window down.”

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“The guy was aiming for my chest but I grabbed him, tried to disarm him and he butchered my arm,” he adds. “He cut one of my major arteries, but I continued to fight.”

Bongani is scared as he knows someone is aiming to take his life as he has had similar experiences in the past years. “Of course, someone wants me dead. I first received a message saying, it should have been me who died instead of AKA.”

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“I was attacked twice about over a year ago. But I don’t wish to play the moments back,” he says.

“I am not okay. I almost died. I am just glad to have lived to tell the tail. I will not lie, I am scared for my life, and I don’t know who to suspect at the moment. All I am doing is focusing on my healing and recovery.”

In other news – Elon Musk painted over the ‘W’ on the Twitter Headquarters sign

Twitter CEO Elon Musk has confirmed that he was the one responsible for covering up the “w” in Twitter’s name with a white tarp a few days ago—and he’s done it again. This is how new “Titter” was born.

Longtime Musk watchers are well-aware that the tech billionaire, one of the richest people on Earth, has the humor of a small child. Given that one of his favorite jokes revolves around the word “tits,” it came as no surprise when pictures of the Twitter headquarters sign in San Francisco popped up online with the “w” covered with a white tarp. Musk didn’t claim responsibility for the sign at the time, but his influence was palpable.Learn More

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