cAPE TOWN - A supposed attacker at Stellenbosch University has been suspended from his home.
The college's administration has affirmed that the supposed culprit was captured on Wednesday morning.
Stellenbosch University said that the supposed attacker had been suspended from his home, forthcoming an inside and criminal examination.
The executives said that the survivor has been restoratively inspected and offered advising.
She revealed the make a difference to police on Wednesday and was taken to Stellenbosch Provincial Hospital.
The minister has denounced the occurrence and orientation viciousness for the most part in the most grounded potential terms, adding that the organization was making a quick move to help the survivor.
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We ought to see what will happen in next coming days.
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