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Dr. Nandipha Magudumana, a medical doctor, has been accused of assisting in the escape of convicted rapist and murderer Thabo Bester from Mangaung correctional facility in South Africa. Bester had staged a “suicide” in his single cell in May of last year, which Magudumana is allegedly involved in.




Magudumana was arrested in Tanzania in April of this year with her boyfriend, Thabo Bester, who had escaped from prison. She has been in custody since then on charges of aiding Bester’s escape.

However, Magudumana has maintained her innocence, saying that she was “forcefully abducted and blindfolded” before being taken to the airport during her arrest in Tanzania. She claims that she did not help Bester escape and is being wrongfully accused.

The case has raised questions about the involvement of medical professionals in criminal activities and the responsibility they have to uphold ethical standards. Magudumana was a practicing doctor before her arrest, and many are questioning how someone in such a position could be involved in a crime of this nature.

The case is yet to be resolved, and Magudumana will remain in custody until a decision is reached. The escape of Thabo Bester, and the role that Magudumana allegedly played in it, has shocked the South African public and highlighted the ongoing issue of prison escapes in the country.

Ultimately, it will be up to the courts to determine the truth behind the accusations against Magudumana. However, this case serves as a reminder that even those in positions of authority must be held accountable for their actions and should be expected to uphold ethical standards in all aspects of their lives. Do you believe what Dr Nandipha is saying? Comment down below