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Rape of baby and mother beaten

Location: La Mercy
Crime Date: 22 December 2011
Reported Date: 3 January 2012

Rape of baby and mother beaten

I would like to know how the country is up in arms over woman and child abuse and its a terrible thing and how bad rape is our country, Yet a 52 year old man in a township can rape a 4 year old girl AND NO ONE DOES anything about it. The Osindisweni Hospital has done nothing about it but just send the mother and child home it has not been reported otherwise something would have been done ( but what do you expect from a government hospital as I have witnessed first-hand that , that hospital is more like a prison as that is how you get treated and they don’t care for the patients). Then he tries again and broke in to my domestic lady’s house to get at her 9 year old niece, when my Domestic chased him out as he only lives 3 houses down. so the lady that’s 4 year old was raped stood up to him and confronted him and he beat her. The police were called he was taken away but by the time morning came he was back , wait for it ….. the constable is on holiday so just let him go. LET HIM GO id understands if he had stolen a chocolate but he has RAPED AND BEAT a mother and her baby. Why was he not kept in prison to wait for the constable to come back from HOLIDAY, See this is the problem it seems no one cares about the kids and ladies in the township something happens to them oh well so what. It’s a disgrace and no wonder women don’t report what happens in the township as the men get out scott free and come back for them. The only way this will start to have any effect is if the RAPEIST are put and kept behind bars not let out with a slap on the wrist, the police and government hospitals need to start doing their job properly. What gets me the most is how you can have a drunk driver arrested on a Friday and only let out on a Monday but a rapist can be let out 3 hours later PRIORITY Please help what can we do to get this monster behind bars where he should be. Please keep my name anonymous as I live in the community where the township is and don’t what them to know who has complained ( as I far from trust the police to protect me

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Women raped in front of sons and friends

Location: Richards Bay
Crime Date: 21 November 2011
Reported Date: 23 November 2011

Women raped in front of sons and friends

A Gauteng woman was raped in front of her teenage sons and their friends, and an elderly couple was robbed at a holiday resort in Richards Bay, northern KwaZulu Natal, The Witness reported on Wednesday.

The 38-year-old woman from Vanderbijlpark and her two sons were attacked by four armed men just hours after arriving at Meerensee for a five-day vacation.

They had arrived for their holiday at 9pm on Monday.

After raping the woman and ransacking the self-catering unit, the four went to another unit on the same property and held an elderly couple at gunpoint and robbed them.

According to a woman from the second unit, who wished not be named fearing for her safety, the armed men must have entered the property protected by five-metre walls and an electric gate, between 9.30pm and 10pm.

"The other group had just arrived [from Vanderbijlpark] and asked us if there was a shop nearby as they needed a few items.

"The armed men must have entered the property when they left the premises because when they returned they were waiting for them," she told the newspaper.

They allegedly forced the people into the home, forced the boys onto the ground and then one suspect raped the mother.

"One of the boys told us the mother just told them to look away while she was raped. He also said the robbers told them they were acting on ‘inside information'," the elderly victim told The Witness.

She said the suspects entered her unit at about 11.30pm through the bathroom and kitchen windows.

"We had just gone to bed. However, seconds after I got up to go and check on the dog, our bedroom light flicked on and this man entered our room."

With her husband waking up startled, the suspect pushed them both back onto the bed and immediately demanded jewellery, money, cellphones and laptops and threatened to rape the woman, the report said.

"We sat on the bed and pulled the duvet over us. One of the suspects started pulling the duvet down saying he was going to rape me, but he was distracted by my gold chain and instead took that. He kept saying 'where is the money, we are going to kill you'.

"They then ordered us to lie on the ground and tied up our hands and feet with my husband's shoelaces."

At this point the attackers escorted the four teenagers and the rape victim into the elderly couple's unit.

"The other woman had a gash to her head and was stumbling. They tied them all up and threatened to kill us. They had no masks; they weren't scared.

"One suspect said 'you [holidaymakers] shouldn't come here [Richards Bay], it's a sh*t place; look what we do to you',” said the elderly woman.

"By 11.50pm the suspects took the rape victim's BMW X5. They kept saying they were going to come back. By 1.45am my husband said we had better get out of the house.

"We forced a burglar bar open and climbed out the window, jumped walls into neighbouring premises until we were eventually helped by a drunk man who arranged to have the police called.

"I must say the SAPS in Richards Bay were flawless. We are thankful for their response," she said.

By Tuesday morning, police had recovered the BMW X5.

Richards Bay spokesperson Captain Debbie Ferreira told the newspaper no suspects had been arrested yet.

-Sapa


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Boy (11) - Gang Raped

Location: JOHANNESBURG
Crime Date: 28 October 2011
Reported Date: 3 November 2011

Boy (11) - Gang Raped

An 11-year-old boy has been raped, allegedly by four other boys at a school in Eldorado Park, south of Johannesburg, police said on Wednesday.

The boy was receiving counselling from social workers while a case of rape was being investigated, Captain Phil Khorombi said.

He said the rape happened on Friday morning on the premises of the school.

"At this stage we cannot reveal much detail on the matter," he said.

The Gauteng Education Department had launched its own investigation into the matter, spokesperson Charles Phahlane said.

"The matter has shocked us and we view it in a serious light," he said.

Phahlane could not immediately reveal the name of the school.

Sapa



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Girl (17) 'repeatedly raped'

Location: Tosca
Crime Date: 28 October 2011
Reported Date: 31 October 2011

Girl (17) 'repeatedly raped'

A 17-year-old girl was gang-raped and further assaulted by six men at the Magogong Village in Taung, North West police said on Sunday.

Sergeant Kelebogile Moiloa said a 21-year-old man who knew the girl was arrested on Saturday following the attack, which happened in a bushy area in the Dipitshing section around 2.30pm on Friday.

She said the six men also tried to cut the teenager's throat but she sustained only a minor injury.

The minor was walking alone when she was approached by the 21-year-old, who asked for her phone. When she told him she did not have one, the man replied that she must pay him whatever money she had.

"The minor did not suspect anything and kept on walking," said Moiloa.

"While she was walking, five men approached her from the back."

According to information received, each man had a knife. They forcefully undressed her before raping her.

"The guy who was familiar to her went back to her and [again] repeatedly raped her."

It was alleged that one of the men cut her throat with a knife. He also tied her hands behind her back and to a tree.

"The minor was then left helplessly in pain with her hands tied at the back until a passerby came to her rescue by taking her to Taung District Hospital for medical treatment."

Moiloa said the matter was reported to the police and the minor identified the man she knew.

He was expected to appear in the Taung Magistrate's Court on Monday.

Further investigations would continue, said Moiloa.

Sapa


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Women raped for HOURS

Location: Harrismith
Crime Date: 22 August 2011
Reported Date: 23 August 2011

Women raped for HOURS

Free State police were searching for a group of men on Monday who gang-raped a woman near Harrismith.

Sergeant Mmako Mophiring said the woman (53) from Matoding-Tshiame B near Harrismith was overpowered by six men at 1am on Sunday.

The men were wearing balaclavas and had sexually assaulted the woman until about 6am. One of the men was armed with a firearm, while another took cash from a bedside table.

Mophiring urged the community to help police in the case.

Any person with information that may lead to the arrest and conviction of the suspects was requested to contact their nearest police station.

-Sapa


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Possible Rape

Location: Nationwide
Crime Date: 14 June 2011
Reported Date: 28 June 2011

Possible Rape

Mnr. Johannes Jakobus van Staden, ID No 541207 5722 084 word deur die Bronkhorstspruit Polisie gesoek in verband met die verkragting van ? twaalfjarige meisie op 14 Junie 2011. ? Dossier is geopen onder verwysing 220/06/2011. Ondersoekbeampte Konst. Kutumela. Enige inligting oor waar die verdagte hom nou bevind moet asseblief aan Konst. Yvette Smith van die Pretoria-Noord Polisie deurgegee word by 082 789 7130. Kom ons wend ? doelbewuste poging aan om die persoon op te spoor indien hy in ons area is en daardeur bewys dat sektor polisiëring wel die oë en ore van die SAPD is.

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Rapist caught 'red-handed'

Location: East London
Crime Date: 27 March 2011
Reported Date: 29 March 2011

Rapist caught 'red-handed'

A man was allegedly caught "red-handed" raping a four-year-old girl in Sigingqini, Peddie, Eastern Cape police said on Monday.

The man (72) was seen leading the child into his home by a neighbour on Sunday, Constable Thomas Mayoli said.

The neighbour ran to the child's parents' home and asked them where their child was.

When the parents said that they did not know, the neighbour took them to the man's house, where they broke the door down.

"They caught him red-handed on his bed on top of the child," Mayoli said.

The police were called, and the man was arrested.

The child was taken to a nearby hospital for treatment.

The man will appear in Peddie Magistrate's Court on Tuesday.

Sapa



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Wife catch husband raping step daughter

Location: JOHANNESBURG
Crime Date: 20 February 2011
Reported Date: 21 February 2011

Wife catch husband raping step daughter

An Ivory Park man was on the run on Monday after his wife caught him raping his 10-year-old step-daughter, police said.

Warrant Officer Neldah Hlase said the girl's mother left the two together on Sunday while she went shopping.

On her return at 2pm, "the woman thought it was a dream" when she walked in and saw what her naked husband was doing in their bedroom.

He appeared not to have initially noticed that his wife was present.

Hlase said the girl told her mother that it was not the first time.

He used to rape her then give her money to keep quiet.

The man was on the run, said Hlase.

-Sapa



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