Regina Malley, mother to one of the Zandspruit mob attack victims speaks to Kaya News about the painful loss of her son, Irvin Malley.
Irvin was one of nine young men who was taken from their homes and taken to a local sports ground where they were beaten and burned alive.
Latest news reports confirm that the death toll from the attacks have risen to eight of the nine who were attacked.
The nine Zandspruit families affected by last week’s killings are still struggling with the trauma while processing funeral arrangements.
The families are currently meeting with their ward councillor and Gauteng community safety MEC Faith Mazibuko.
An emotional Regina told Kaya News reporter Katleho Sekhotho that her son was just 22-years old and had epilepsy.
Regina is struggling to sleep as she’s haunted by nightmares from that fateful day and the torture her son must have experienced in his final moments.
The six people who were arrested in connection with the mob attack are due to be back in court in June.
Meanwhile, the families of the men killed in the mob attacks say they want justice to be served.
So far six people have been arrested in connection with the killings.
Some family members of the young men killed remain cooped up in their homes, unwilling to come outside.