Body of abducted Limpopo woman and another unidentified body recovered from mineshaft in Benoni

2022/06/27 22:26:00

The body of Refiloe Malope was retrieved from a mineshaft in Benoni on Monday afternoon.

Body of abducted Limpopo woman and another unidentified body recovered from mineshaft in Benoni

The body of Refiloe Malope was retrieved from a mineshaft in Benoni on Monday afternoon.

-27 June 2022 - 21:17The body of Refiloe Malope, 31, was retrieved at a mine shaft in Benoni on Monday afternoon.Image:SuppliedThe body of Refiloe Malope was retrieved from a mine shaft in Benoni on Monday afternoon.Malope, 31, was allegedly taken by force by two suspects seen shoving her into the boot of a sedan at Kgaphamadi village in Limpopo on May 9.

Two suspects, Sgt Thabo Letudi Moses Mokoana, 40, stationed at Benoni police station, and Modirelwa Maxwell Mokoana, 42, were arrested for her murder last week.Limpopo police commissioner Lt-Gen Thembi Hadebe thanked all those who were involved in the retrieval of Malope's body.

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Image: Supplied The body of Refiloe Malope was retrieved from a mine shaft in Benoni on Monday afternoon. Malope, 31, was allegedly taken by force by two suspects seen shoving her into the boot of a sedan at Kgaphamadi village in Limpopo on May 9. The government of Ethiopia has secured 15 million quintals of fertiliser for the rest of the country. Two suspects, Sgt Thabo Letudi Moses Mokoana, 40, stationed at Benoni police station, and Modirelwa Maxwell Mokoana, 42, were arrested for her murder last week. Limpopo police commissioner Lt-Gen Thembi Hadebe thanked all those who were involved in the retrieval of Malope's body. Each dollar invested in producing food in Ethiopia's Tigray region has the potential to multiply in value, which is why the donor community should intervene in saving its meher planting season, says the Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO). The operation, comprising of the Gauteng search and rescue units of the police from Benoni, Tshwane, Sedibeng, West Rand K9, Tshwane K9, Ekurhuleni and Tshwane municipality disaster teams and the Limpopo provincial organised crime unit resumed their retrieval efforts at 9am on Monday. As a federal nation, many US states already set their own rules constraining why and when abortion care services can be provided — but until 24 June, the fundamental right to seek medical care remained protected.

After four hours, the body was brought to the surface. "Every dollar invested now in food production has a multiplying effect, and it turns into four to seven dollars' worth of food," said David Phiri, FAO representative for Ethiopia. Another unidentified body was also retrieved from the mine shaft and investigations are under way to determine the identity and the cause of death. On Friday, the search for Malope was halted after the body was spotted at the bottom of the shaft via a special camera. If not much is done to save the situation, future attempts to alleviate a hunger crisis could prove costly, factoring in issues such as the war in Ukraine that has pushed up the cost of food. The retrieval required specialised equipment that had to be sourced. “Our search efforts led us to Gauteng and we hope the recovery of Malope’s remains will bring closure to the family as much as it strengthens our case against the accused,” Hadebe said. If help comes their way, families will be able to harvest and start consuming staple foods as early as October this year, which will ease the strain on the donor community. It’s pretty clear what that “authority” means.

The accused will appear in the Nebo magistrate’s court on Thursday for a formal bail application. They face charges of kidnapping, murder and defeating the ends of justice. The vegetables produced during the off-season would further reinforce their food security. TimesLIVE .