Saturday, January 9, 2016

Skeletal stays found in a shallow grave in Soweto affirmed as that of a young lady who disappeared three years back

South African police on December 17, revealed a human skull and bones covered in a shallow grave in the lawn of a house in Phiri, Soweto where a missing University of Johannesburg understudy Palesa Madiba was most recently seen alive. A cop at the Moroka police headquarters said he got a bring in the early hours of that day around a covered body in the house. There, they found a grave in the house and blocks that was laid on top of the body.

Recently, December 30, the police affirmed that the skeletal stays found in the grave were without a doubt Madiba's. Brigadier Mashadi Selepe said they couldn't disclose more data to the media until their examination had been finished.

22-year-old Madiba vanished in August 2013. She had spent the weekend at a companion's home and was normal back home in Diepkloof however didn't return. The family sought high and low however every tip on her whereabouts had ended up being false.