Body of girl found

Body of 13-year-old girl found inside Limpopo home. Image: Flickr

Body of girl found inside a 34-year-old’s home

Police spokesperson Motlafela Mojapelo says the discovery of Malatji’s body came after the man’s neighbour complained about a bad smell.

Body of girl found

Body of 13-year-old girl found inside Limpopo home. Image: Flickr

Police found 13-year-old Kabelo Malatji’s body inside the home of a 39-year-old man in Limpopo.

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The girl was reported missing last week Friday after she left her home to attend extra classes at a nearby school, and she never returned home.

The 39-year-old, Calbin Mohlala was stoned to death by the community members at Motlolo village, who accused him of kidnapping and murdering the teen.

Motlolo village in Limpopo. Image: NEC

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Limpopo police spokesperson Motlafela Mojapelo says they found Malatji’s body after the neighbours picked up an unpleasant smell.

“Upon arrival, police forced entry and found a lifeless body of the teenager in a decomposed state, and a murder case was opened at Driekop police station.

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“Afterwards, the members of the community mobilised to locate the man in whose house the body was found. He was subsequently found while hiding in the same village and stoned to death on Tuesday.”

Investigations are still underway.

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In another case, a security guard from eThekwini and his accomplices was charged with attempted murder.

The men were found with several items of police gear when they were arrested. They are also linked to other cases where police uniforms were used in the act of certain crimes.

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The accused, identified as Zamani Dumsani Cele, is a protection officer for a councillor and he is employed by the eThekwini Municipality.


You can report it anonymously to the police by calling Crime-stoppers at 086 00 10111. Call the emergency police number 10111 from a landline or 112 from a cell phone in an emergency.

If you are a witness to a serious crime and fear for your own or your family’s safety, you can apply for witness protection.