A man's cold body was found hanging from a Mango tree
A family dispute is suspected over the deceased's death
MEMBERS of the public were still shocked when the body of a man was found hanging from a tree in Verulam yesterday, allegedly committed suicide.
A man's body was found hanging from a tree in Redcliffe, Verulam, this week, in what is believed to be a suicide attempt.
A spokesman for the company, Prem Balram, said security guards received a report at 6am and surrendered at the scene.
“According to the deceased's brother, they had an argument in the morning before the deceased left. He said he had threatened to kill himself, his family had informed his older brother of his suicide threats and when they searched for him, they were told by members of the public that his body had been found, ”said Balram.
KwaZulu-Natal police spokesman Captain Nqobile Gwala said Verulam police had opened an inquest into the death.
IN ANOTHER CASE
Old man hiding drugs in rectum
The man hid 100 Mandrax pills in his rectum.
A MAN from Elsies River is in the bollie after 100 Mandrax pills were found in his rectum.
The 36-year-old man was pulled over in a taxi en route to Ladismith over the weekend.
Police spokesman Captain Malcolm Pojie said the man was pulled over after police received a tip-off about his movements.
The taxi he was driving was pulled over on the R62 near Ladismith.
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