WATCH: Junior and Peaceful laid to rest

DAANTJIE – The two murdered toddlers, Junior Mabandla and Peaceful Chambale were laid to rest on Tuesday in a joint funeral ceremony.

Community members, faith based organisations and primary school learners gathered at the Old Apostolic Church for their send off.

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The families were emotional but managed to speak to the media outside the venue where they expressed sadness following the discovery of their children’s remains buried in shallow graves.

VIDEOS: Peaceful’s aunt, Khethiwe Khoza.

 

Read the full story in this week’s edition of Mpumalanga Mirror.

 

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