THE SIGHT of the room full of blood made the gogo wonder if somebody had slaughtered a pig.
But soon she would make a far more horrifying discovery.
HER SEARCH REVEALED THE HAND OF A SMALL CHILD ON A PLATE.
Then the gogo realised the hand probably belonged to her grandson, who had gone missing on Monday!
Earlier that day, gogo Nontuthuzelo Gwanya (68) from Kwantsila, near Port St Johns, had cooked her grandson’s favourite pumpkin dish.
According to SAPS spokeswoman Warrant Officer Mpho Manyoba‚ the victim wrote in her affidavit that she had stepped out of a night club at around 2am to get fresh air following an argument with her boyfriend.
She was then approached by a car guard who attempted to engage her in conversation‚ but she rebuffed him.
The affidavit states that shortly thereafter‚ she was approached by another man who grabbed her and pushed her up against a wall in an alley.
The car guard then joined the other man‚ and assisted him by holding the victim down.
A newborn baby boy has miraculously survived being buried in a shallow grave at a farm in Paddock during the Easter holiday in KwaZulu-Natal, the South Coast Herald reports.
The 25-year-old mother, originally from Izingolweni, had left the infant among some timber, covered with sand, at her workplace after she gave birth to the baby boy.
Pregnant South African women are deliberately drinking large quantities of alcohol to harm their unborn babies in a bid to earn more welfare money, it has been claimed.
Expectant mothers living in the Eastern Cape, one of the poorest areas in South Africa, are bingeing on a ‘moonshine’ type drink which contains battery acid – with some drinking up to five and six bottles a day.
It has been reported they do it to claim a disability benefit from the government – using their disabled children as a source of income.
South African whites who “stand in way of social cohesion” will be “crushed” and in for a “very rough” time if they continue to oppose the ANC, Mzwandile Masina, the mayor of one of South Africa’s largest metropolitan municipalities, has announced.
In another of the tens of thousands of horrific armed black attacks against white farm families, a young South African veterinarian was shot dead in Limpopo province next to his nursing wife who was pistol-whipped.
Killed was Dr Paul Meyer, 38. He ran his veterinary practice from a farm near the Selati wildlife reserve in Limpopo province, next to the Mozambican border. Afrikaans journalist Virginia Keppler of Beeld newspaper reports that the young wife, Marilise Meyer, 34, was pistol whipped while she was breastfeeding her baby. The family had been kidnapped with friends Pierre and Sue Gallagher from their homestead kitchen with baby Wouter, 5 months. The four armed black attackers, who spoke a Mozambican language, carried AK47s.
LAST month, British woman Sue Howarth and her husband Robert Lynn were woken at 2am by three men breaking into a window of their remote farm in Dullstroom, a small town in the northeast of South Africa, about 240km from the nearest capital city.
The couple, who had lived in the area for 20 years, were tied up, stabbed, and tortured with a blowtorch for several hours. The masked men stuffed a plastic bag down Mrs Howarth’s throat, and attempted to strangle her husband with a bag around his neck.