The mysterious death of 39-year-old Khathutshelo Tshabuse from Taubazaar, Sharpeville has left family, friends and the community at large in shock. The body which was discovered by a passerby on Sunday morning. It is said that Khathutshelo had visited a local pub in Tshepiso phase 3 on Saturday night.
Paramedics assessed the woman and found that she had sustained numerous injuries and showed no signs of life. Unfortunately, nothing could be done for her and she was declared dead.
“With the increasing education costs; parents should take it upon themselves to plan and save in advance. Not forgetting that unforeseen expenses will pop-up from time to time. This puts strain on parent’s pockets; especially if these unforeseen expenses are not planned for,” says Ester Ochse, FNB Wealth and Investments, Product Specialist.
The situation nearly got out of hand when a nurse tried to give the hostages water. Her wig was torn off and she was severely rebuked by protesters. She had to run for her life to her office. Sarah Ramafola, deputy chairperson of the community health clinic, complained that they were not paid overtime. “When we approached the management of the clinic, we were referred back to our immediate NGO office, called The Fort.
Traditional practitioners and traditional healers emerged and recently spoke out against the killing of albino people. The campaign against killing albino people featured heavily in the ‘Not in our Name’ march.
“We got the call that my son was in hospital and the house had been destroyed by a fire. It is alleged Neo left a candle burning during an electricity cut-off. Neighbours tried to help out but the fire was too intense and overcame them. Neo had to be pulled off the roof,” said Sophie.
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The suspected rape of a dead woman has yet to be forensically established. The victim is a woman (27) who was found in an open veld a stone’s throw away from her home in Sicelo, Meyerton.