Durban: A 18-year-elderly person is under captured following the various wounding of a lady when she needed to take off from his home.
"The complainant affirmed that on October 27 at 12 early afternoon, she visited the young person at his place of home in Sweetwaters, Pietermaritzburg and when she needed to leave, the suspect declined," said Mbele.
"It is additionally asserted a contention resulted among them, and he drew his blade and cut her on different occasions.
"She was taken to clinic for clinical consideration."
Mbele said the casualty detailed the episode to the Plessislaer police on November 6.
"On Wednesday, police captured the suspect in the KwaPata region where he was stowing away."
The Department of Social Development said a group of social laborers were relied upon to meet the casualty today.
Representative Mhlabunzima Memela said the office had gotten the administrations of a clinician who might assist the casualty with setting up the legal dispute.
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