Body of kaNyamazane missing woman found buried

After almost a week since Bonisiwe Mabuza (37) went missing, her body was found following arrests made over last weekend.

Her body was exhumed on Monday afternoon at the Luphisa Graveyard after she was murdered and buried in a shallow grave, allegedly by her assailants.

On the day she was reported missing (June 25,2024), her VW Polo was found in a secluded place in Pienaar and all wheels of her vehicle were removed as well as a site mirror and a backseat. Some items inside her house were also missing, these include a TV set and a fridge.

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According to police, two people ( a male and female) were taken in for questioning which led to a breakthrough as well as the recovery of some of the items that police are convinced were stolen from the victim.

The two were then detained as suspects while the third suspect handed himself over to the Police today on Monday, July 1.

The three are facing a charge of murder, kidnapping, house robbery and more charges could be added against them as the investigation continues.

The three suspects are expected to appear in the kaNyamazane Magistrate’s Court on Wednesday, July 3.

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