Boyfriend arrested for girl's death
A man from Mossel Bay has been arrested for allegedly beating his girlfriend to death.
A MAN (25) from Mossel Bay is on trial for the murder of his girlfriend (20).
Jacobs was arrested Saturday when his brother found his girlfriend dead on the couple's couch.
He says the child was at home during the incident.
Pojie says more charges could be added as the investigation continues. Jacobs will remain in custody until his next court appearance later this month.
IN ANOTHER CASE
DA PLANS TO LODGE A FORMAL COMPLAINT TO MINISTER MKHIZE ...
The DA intends to lodge a formal complaint against the Minister of Health, Doctor Zweli Mkhize.
This is due to an irregular R150 000 000 contract from the department of health to the communication company, Digital Vibes.
The company belongs to close allies of Mkhize.
The DA says they will also lodge a complaint against the department's director general, Sandile Buthelezi, tomorrow.
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