THOLA'S BODY WAS FOUND BRUISED AND BATTERED
THOLAKELE Mosia went to enjoy New Year's Day with her beau in Sgodiphola, Soweto.
Furthermore, this was the last time the 39-year-old was seen by her family until they recognized her body on Monday, 11 January, at Diepkloof government morgue.
This after her seriously swollen body was found in a trench in Mofolo North, likewise in Soweto, by a bystander on Sunday, 2 January.
Tholakele's sibling Vincent Modikoane (35) told Daily Sun his sister's body was so severely distorted, her face was practically unrecognizable.
He said: "She ventured out from home on 1 January to get together with her sweetheart.
"At the point when we called her the following day, the telephone was replied by a said man 'hi' and hung up. The telephone was then turned off."
He said the family got stressed and opened a missing people case with the Moroka police.
They figured out how to observe the beau's home in Mofolo North, where he resides with his two siblings.
"We went with the police, yet there was nobody. We then, at that point, observed the house until the suspect came and we called the police.
"As we traded words with the presume's neighbours, a bystander who caught the discussion approached us what we were searching for."
After giving a portrayal of Tholakele, the family was taken to the nearby local area watching gathering, who drove them to the trench where the body was.
Vincent said: "We need answers and equity. We simply needed to track down her, regardless of whether she was no more."
He said Tholakele left behind a four-year-old little girl.
Gauteng police representative Colonel Dimakatso Sello said a 23-year-old suspect showed up in the Protea Magistrates Court on Tuesday, 11 January on charges of homicide.
"A 39-year-elderly person was accounted for missing and her body was found in an open veld in Mofolo North. Fundamental examination drove the police to the suspect, who is the casualty's sweetheart. He was captured on Sunday, 9 January. Police examinations proceed," said Sello.
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