She modified into positioned killed allegedly with the aid of way of her boyfriend and crammed in a refuse bag.
CAPE TOWN – A Hermanus family is struggling to return to phrases with the murder of 24-12 months-antique Sinathi Magqazana, who's believed to have been bludgeoned to dying with a hammer.
Irate residents demolished his shack on Monday.
The incident comes each week after the dismembered and charred stays of 27-12 months-antique Siphokazi Booi from Mbekweni in Paarl were located dumped near a train station. Her boyfriend Sithobele Qebe is on trial for her homicide.
Police spokesperson Wesley Twigg said a case of murder changed into under research, and a 23-year-old suspect were arrested in connection with Magqazana’s murder.
Her mom, Nozuko Mbovane, stated two community kids got here to the own family at approximately 11am, announcing they were urgently wished in Marikana.
“My husband rushed to the scene and determined her body by means of the use of the door. Her head and entire top body changed into in a black plastic refuse bag. Her face modified into swollen and had a wound inside the lower back of her ear. A hammer have become additionally beside her body. He reputedly passed himself over to the police.”
Mbovane stated her daughter changed into the mother of a 3-12 months-vintage son.
According to neighbour Anita April, who followed the own family to the scene, Magqazana turned into ultimate visible thru her buddies leaving a place they have been socialising at after arguing along with her boyfriend.
“Her garments were dirty and entire of sand, as even though she have been dragged, and both sides of her cheeks had scratches.”
It is stated that the boyfriend had assaulted her in advance this 365 days.
“I determined to inform her dad and mom, and we talked to him. She refused that her mother and father resort a case towards him with police,” said April.
The guy is anticipated to seem at Caledon Magistrate’s Court next week.
Anyone with records about the incident can anonymously contact Crime Stop at 0860010111 or SMS Crime Line at 32211. – Cape Times
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