Stellenbosch Babalwa Ndwanyana du Toit

Celebrities have called for the expulsion of Stellenbosch University student Theuns du Toit who urinated on a student’s belongings at the weekend. Image via Twitter @insightfactor

Stellenbosch victim’s father denies reconciliation meeting claims

Babalo Ndwanyana’s father whose belongings were urinated on at Stellenbosch University denies meeting Theuns du Toit’s family.

Stellenbosch Babalwa Ndwanyana du Toit

Celebrities have called for the expulsion of Stellenbosch University student Theuns du Toit who urinated on a student’s belongings at the weekend. Image via Twitter @insightfactor

Mkuseli Kaduka, the father of Babalo Ndwanyana whose belongings were urinated on at Huis Marais, Stellenbosch University has denied claims that he is meeting up with Theuns du Toit’s father to reconcile. 

It was reported on Thursday morning that the two will have a reconciliation meeting face-to-face however it was not clear what time and where.  

BABALO NDWANYANA’S FATHER DENIES RECONCILIATION MEETING

In a statement, Kaduka said there are rumours making rounds that he is meeting with the family of the perpetrator to reconcile with them. 

Kaduka said he did receive a call from the Theuns du Toit’s father trying to plead his son’s case as any parent would. 

Babalo Ndwanyana’s father, Mxolisi Kaduka. Photo: Facebook.

“There are certain forces who are driving their agenda and perpetuating false information. I do not have plans to meet with the du Toits although they would love for that to happen.  

“I’m very much committed to seeing this fight through to the end. If I come out of this with anything it’ll be the dignity of my child restored and the perpetrator facing what’s due to them. I will not waiver nor yield in my quest to seek justice.”

Mkuseli Kaduka

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STELLENBOSCH STUDENT ARRESTED FOR ALLEGED RAPE

A Stellenbosch student was arrested in connection with an alleged rape that took place on campus on Tuesday night, 17 May, at a residence in Victoria Street.

South African Police Service (SAPS) spokesperson Captain FC van Wyk told The South African that a 19-year-old woman victim reported the alleged rape on Wednesday.

The suspect was arrested on the same day and he is expected to appear before the Stellenbosch Magistrate’s Court on Thursday.

“It is alleged that the incident occurred at around 22:30,” said van Wyk. The Stellenbosch FCS Unit is investigating the matter.

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