No arrest made in reference to rape of Soweto Grandmother and Granddaughter

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No arrest have been made by the Police to any of the criminals that raped and killed a grandmother and sexually assaulted her granddaughter in Soweto.


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The Police mentioned that most assets have been being mobilised to widen the search.

On Friday, the rapists allegedly gained entry to their home in Dobsonville. They attacked the 21-year previous granddaughter and sexually assaulted her at gunpoint.

Her 61-year previous grandmother was additionally raped in one other room. The aged girl died from accidents sustained from the incident.

Main Normal Johan Ndlovu, who’s the performing Guateng provincial commissioner of police, appealed to investigators to behave with velocity and use most assets to find these rapists.

The Main Normal additionally known as for the case to be prioritised as police continued to seek for these concerned.

Just lately, debates round gender-based violence (GBV) in South Africa have raised considerations that the nation has the suitable laws, however no follow-through in terms of enforcement.

President Cyril Ramaphosa has been vocal on the disaster.

He mentioned that some males felt like they owned girls and will do as they happy.

There have additionally been a number of demonstrations held in current months with protesters calling for harsher punishment for these discovered responsible of GBV.


In different information, the Fee for Gender Equality known as on the police to make sure these behind the rape and homicide of a Soweto grandmother and sexual assault of her granddaughter to be arrested quickly.

Javu Baloyi, the fee spokesperson, mentioned:

They shouldn’t be given a lenient sentence and they need to be taught a lesson. This could ship a lesson to perpetrators of gender-based violence within the nation.”