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Here Is how many farm attacks happened last year and where they happened.

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Last year the issue of farm attacks came to the public and media's eye. With many innocent farmers being killed or attacked for either their land or their belongings. However after a while I stopped hearing about them and assumed that it was because they stopped happening. I was completely wrong. Recently the Rome research institute of South Africa released some shocking statistics and among those were the number of farm attacks that occurred last year. Here is all the information.

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These are the number of farm attacks per a month. While it lessened in the late months of 2020, by no means did it stop.

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Of those attacks, this is how many of them were murders and what type of murder they were with the majority being shootings.

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This graph shows us the type of property that were stolen from these farms and the quantity.

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While many farm attackers come in groups, not all do. The above graph shows us how many farm attacks happened in groups and how many happens single by month.

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Finally we have information on where most of these attacks took place. It's seems like the majority took place in Brits in the North west.

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All this information came from the Rome research institute of South Africa and all credit goes to them. This information is critical to gauging the safety of farmers in South Africa. Tell me what you think of this in the comments and follow for more news as it happens.

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