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South Africa is not safe | See what was discovered in the river at uTongaat [Photos]

The news that the body of a man had been found in the bank of a river just outside of Durban was broken to the media by the Reaction Unit South Africa (RUSA). The media was taken aback by this piece of information. This information has only very recently been made available to the public and is currently being reported on by various news outlets.

According to the website Accidents, the lifeless body of a man who has not yet been given a name was found in the river that can be found at uTongaat, which can be found to the north of Durban. The man's identity has not been given at this time. Within South Africa's KwaZulu-Natal province is where you'll find the town of uTongaat.

According to the statement that was issued by the Reaction Unit South Africa (RUSA), the organization received a phone call from a local person who informed them about what he or she discovered in the river. This information was sent to the organization via a phone call. They were informed of this by the RUSA, which communicated it to them.

It is speculated that it took place at roughly 8:01 in the morning in some part of the surrounding area.

Both the South African Police Service and the Reaction Unit South Africa went to the location that was provided by the informant. Both of these organizations worked together to investigate the situation. This information was provided by the informant who was able to do so.

RUSA was successful in gaining access to the body of the person whose identity could not be established with absolute certainty. After performing more investigation into the matter, they came to the conclusion that the man had had brain injuries.

The fact that his pockets were inside out gives the impression that he may have been pushed by another individual. There is a much increased possibility that he was robbed by another individual.

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Durban KwaZulu-Natal RUSA Reaction Unit South South Africa


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