When we approached the body we saw flies.” Ntsoyana said they phoned the municipal offices and informed them.
I have never seen such a thing in my whole life.” Dumezweni Dlamini, a member of the Chatsworth community police forum arrived on the scene at about 8am after receiving a call.Would you like to know what God's plan is in your life? I want to help you create a relationship with God where you know beyond all doubt how much he loves and cares for you.""Dr.Swim is the Executive Director of Now I See a Person Institute using Community Engagement: A Collaborative Recovery Model. Swim is a Retired faculty at the Department of Counseling and Family Sciences at Loma Linda University.She invites a warm and caring space for all age groups.""Dr.Two teenage boys have been arrested in connection with the alleged sexual assault of at least one of three girls who passed out at a San Fernado Valley park, police said.The three accused have elected to plead not guilty."The court heard that the three would also seek bail.
Magistrate Anand Maharaj postponed the case to next Monday for a formal bail application by the minors, who may not be named, and their co-accused Sivonkaliso Mbili, 32, and Vusumuzi Gumede, 30.
Investigators believe the girls — one found unconscious in the men's bathroom, and the others near picnic tables — were drugged, but they also may have been drinking. They are cooperating with detectives but don't remember what happened while unconscious, Capt. Police are doing tests to determine if the girls were given a "date rape" drug or had drunk alcohol.
People playing basketball at the park Thursday morning became concerned about the girls who appeared to be unconscious.
Desiree Murugan, 39, was discovered by municipal maintenance staff at the Shallcross sports stadium on Monday.
One of the workers who discovered the body, Zama Ntsoyana, said: “When we got to the ground to work we saw the body from far away and thought that it was a doll.
Some witnesses said they saw the girls drinking alcohol and smoking something, Detective Shannon Smith said.