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All of the victims of the Enyobeni Tavern tragedy have been identified.

The final body of the 21 people who perished in the Enyobeni Tavern tragedy has been identified, according to the Eastern Cape Health Department. This indicates that all bodies have been identified and released to families, according to health spokesperson Yonela Dekeda. The tragic deaths of the teenagers, who ranged in age from 13 to 17, occurred on Sunday morning at a bar in Scenery Park.

  3 months ago ago
All of the victims of the Enyobeni Tavern tragedy have been identified.

SOCIETY

Female doctor who blew R18 million of RAF money after making false claims set to lose job

It does not rain but it pours for an Eastern Cape Doctor Who bought it was a wise idea to blow money that was not hers. The medical doctor, Zonke Mrenqwa-mazwi, who works at the department’s forensic pathology unit in Mbizana, was arrested by the Hawks on February 16.

  7 months ago ago
Female doctor who blew R18 million of RAF money after making false claims set to lose job

PARENTING

Paupers burial for young girl whose parents are too poor to bury her

The baby, who has not been named by the authorities, was born near Qonce just days before Christmas on December 21 2021. On March 16, not quite three months later, the mother, Anelisa Moyeni, 30, from Ginsberg, took the tiny girl to Grey Hospital in Qonce, where authorities diagnosed her as being critically ill.

  5 months ago ago
Paupers burial for young girl whose parents are too poor to bury her

SOCIETY

All of the victims of the Enyobeni Tavern tragedy have been identified.

According to the Eastern Cape Health Department, the final body of one of the 21 persons who passed away as a result of the tragedy that occurred at the Enyobeni Tavern has been identified. According to Yonela Dekeda, a spokesperson for the health department, this signifies that all of the bodies have been identified and given back to their families.

  3 months ago ago
All of the victims of the Enyobeni Tavern tragedy have been identified.

SOCIETY

Police hunt for mum who dumped her baby at hospital and disappeared

Police are hunting down a mother who dumped her dead baby at a hospital. The woman aged 30 deserted her dead baby girl at Grey Hospital in Qonce two weeks ago. Provincial health spokesperson Yonela Dekeda said the woman was registered as Anelisa Moyeni in hospital records. “She arrived at the hospital on the afternoon of March 16, with the baby in a critical condition,” said Dekeda.

  5 months ago ago
Police hunt for mum who dumped her baby at hospital and disappeared