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Human skull found in shallow grave linked to body parts in Soweto man’s fridge

The human skull that was found covered in a shallow grave close to the R558 towards Westonaria on Tuesday has been connected to the body parts found in an ice chest in Soweto on Saturday. 

"The human skull is being connected to the disclosure of human appendages in a cooler in Protea Glen on Saturday 13 November," Brigadier Brenda Mudirili told Herald. 

The body parts are being associated with the vanishing of a 23-year-elderly person from Soshanguve. 

Occupants of Protea Glen in Soweto were left stunned following a 24-year-elderly person was captured on Saturday for homicide, following the revelation of body parts reserved inside a fridge. 

As indicated by Gauteng police, the man's sweetheart made the frightful revelation after he passed on the property to go to the shops to purchase food, and she called for help from neighbors. 

Police representative Brigadier Brenda Muridili said an off the clock cop remaining in Protea Glen reacted to the wrongdoing episode and called for reinforcement. 

"It is accounted for that the man is an occupant at the private alcoves in that yard and his accomplice found the body parts after he had left to go to the shops. 

"The body parts will be shipped off the criminological science research facility for recognizable proof," Muridili in an assertion. 

Flavio Hlabangwane, 26, showed up at the Protea Magistrates Court confronting a charge of homicide. 

The National Prosecuting Authority's (Npa's) representative Phindi Mjonondwane said Hlabangwane was remanded in guardianship at Moroka police headquarters until 22 November for additional examinations to proceed. 

Mjonondwane said Hlabangwane likewise needed to apply for lawful portrayal with Legal Aid South Africa. 

Human skull found in shallow grave linked to body parts in Soweto man's fridge — The Citizen

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Brenda Mudirili Gauteng Herald. Protea Glen Soweto


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