CAPE TOWN – A woman’s body has been found at a house in Piketberg, Western Cape.
The 26-year-old deceased’s body was discovered hidden under a bed at a residence on a farm on Friday.
Reports suggest relatives experienced a foul smell inside the house, and then made the gruesome discovery.
No arrests have yet been made.
The police’s Andre Traut says, “The circumstances surrounding the death of a 26-year-old female are being investigated after her body was discovered late on Friday night under a bed in a residence at Piketberg. A death inquest case has been registered, and the course of death is yet to be determined.”
(Edited by Zamangwane Shange)
JOHANNESBURG – One man has been critically injured following an accident on Friday night in Westonaria, west of Johannesburg.
It is believed that the man lost control of his car and crashed into a lamp post resulting in him sustaining serious injuries.
ER24 spokesperson Annine Siddall said: “At approximately 20.30pm, paramedics arrived at the scene and found the man lying next to the vehicle. The man was immediately treated and transported to a nearby hospital for further medical care. Three more men, who were passengers, did not sustain any serious injuries.”
The details surrounding the crash are not yet known and are being investigated.
(Edited by Zamangwane Shange)
Gauteng Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi says he wants to ensure that the pupils who have been violated at Parktown Boys High School feel comfortable speaking out about the incidents before a disciplinary committee.
Lesufi visited the school yesterday to investigate claims of assault and racism.
Last year the school came into the spotlight when a water polo coach who has since resigned was accused of sexually assaulting at least 20 pupils.
A total of six teachers have been accused of various acts of misconduct including assault and racism.
Lesufi says he’s aware of parents refusing to have their children testifyagainst the teachers out of fear of further victimisation.
“If the parents say ‘if the teachers are still at school, we are not going to give you consent’ I would rather move the teachers away so that I get consent. And if the parents say, ‘we’ve raised complaints with
investigators, we’re not happy’, I’d rather have new people coming in so that the parents are happy.”
JOHANNESBURG – The public sector strike, which is expected to affect courts, and the South African Social Security Agency (Sassa) will go ahead as planned on Monday, the Public Servants Association (PSA) said.
PSA deputy general manager, Tahir Maepa said the strike at Sassa will begin due to unresolved issues.
EXPLAINER: PSA strike would affect grants, courts and borders
The union is demanding a 12 percent salary hike while the Public Service and Administration Minister Ayanda Dlodlo is offering seven percent.
“The strike is continuing. We are starting the strike in Sassa on Monday because of the issue of Sassa, it hasn’t been resolved. The minister (Dlodlo) has requested a meeting with us next week Monday and we are going to see the minister and if the minister is not giving u
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