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Missing matriculant’s body found

Deceased: Sisipho Mayile

The body of a missing matriculant was found around the same time she was expected to get her NSC results.

Sisipho Mayile, 21, was most recently seen by her family on 14 January as she left with her companions to go to a neighborhood shebeen in Hermanus.

Her uncle Eric Tenge, 40, says they had been searching for his niece for seven days before her breaking down body was tracked down last Friday.

He says as per her companions, she had left the shebeen with one more young lady and a man, while she was likewise seen with a more seasoned man.

"The more seasoned man said that when he left Sisipho, he heard two discharges and he ran into a yard, when he checked the road, he saw her actually strolling," says the uncle.

The family begun looking for Sisipho on Saturday and her cellphone had been ringing up until Monday.

"At the point when we observed her body, she didn't have her telephone with her.

"Nobody realizes who unloaded her body there, she had been shot," says Eric.

"The police have not had the option to affirm assuming that is indeed my niece yet we realize that is her in view of the garments she wore when we saw as her.

SCENE: Houses were set alight after body was found

Police representative Sergeant Wesley Twigg affirmed the breaking down body of a female was found in the hedges close to Camphill span in Hermanus.

"A homicide case agenda was opened for examination.

"A posthumous and DNA test will be led to decide the reason for death and to distinguish the individual."

Twigg says after the revelation, the local area revolted and three houses were set alight.

"Cases of arson were opened.

"Police are on the ground and will stay nearby until we are fulfilled that quiet has been reestablished," he says.


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