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Superintendent Tawana Tawana of Molepolole Police Station has confirmed that they are investigating the death of a woman whose body was found in a cave at Mmanoko village last week.

21 year-old Kelebile Keromamang was had been reported missing on May 11th and two days later his concerned father, Letlaatlaa Keromamang, went back to Molepolole police to enquire on any progress in the search.

Unsatisfied with the feedback, Keromamang decided to go and look for his daughter at her boyfriend’s place. He left in the company of two crime prevention cluster members and two elders from Mmanoko village and when they approached the hills near the boyfriend’s house, a member of the search party saw a jacket and called Keromamang who identified it as her daughter’s.

They continued searching the area and later found a pile of stones in a nearby cave with a foul stench coming from it.

The police were called and after removing the stones they found the decomposed body of Kelebile. “Our investigations have so far pointed to the deceased’s boyfriend and we’re holding him in custody pending completion of the investigations,” Tawana said.

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Phenyo Gabaake

this kind must stop killin dors nt dolvr snythn

lulah bimbo

Social workers should be helping men to cope with break ups waitse.Its too much,sometimes people need support to cope.But dilo tsa ko gae,babereki ba duelwa manoko.

lulah bimbo

A ga gona batho ba ba ithaopang mo metseng,ba kope ntlo kana ofisi ya VDC,go kgothatsa banna go kopa thuso fa ba le mo dipharagobeng,ke raya fela.

mmasedi

Clearly the world is coming to an end, people are now killed as if they are chickens. Let’s all fear GOD and all the goodness shall follow us.

Cee

Your tenses are off in this article….

‘….21 year-old Kelebile Keromamang was had been reported missing on May 11th and two days later his concerned…’ father, – SHOULD BE HER CONCERNED FATHER

‘…who identified it as her daughter’s…’
-SHOULD BE IDENTIFIED AS HIS DAUGHTER’S

To God be the glory

Motsholathebe

a jaanong Botswana e simolla go tshwana fela naga ya rona ya South Africa jaanong? tota motho otla tshabela kae? Iraq

keatlaretse marobela

Eish tshelo joo