A 53-year-old mother will appear before Jane Furse Magistrate’s Court, Limpopo for plotting the brutal murder of her ‘troublesome’ son [35]. The body of the 35-year-old was found at Riverside on Friday, 07 June 2024, at about 09h00.

According to information received, the Police were summoned to the scene together with EMS following the discovery of the lifeless body of a man, which was in an advanced state of decomposition. 

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Further investigations revealed the identity of the deceased and that he used to be troublesome at home. As such, on several occasions, his mother had to flee from home. It was in the instance that the 53-year-old was allegedly advised to get people who were meant to ‘sort him’ out after reporting him again to police on 11 May 2024.

Indeed the two boys aged 22 and 35 who are from Jane Furse, Sekhukhune District were taken to the house in mid-May 2024 where they were accompanied by the victim’s mother. They kidnapped the man and took him to the bushes next to the Library in Jane Furse. This is where they attacked him with a hammer and killed him.

Limpopo mother arrested for plotting murder of her son 
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A ‘FED UP’ MOTHER FROM JANE FURSE IN LIMPOPO TO APPEAR IN COURT FOR PLOTTING THE MURDER OF HER SON

They then took him to Riverside, where they dumped his lifeless body. The mother went to the police where she reported him missing. Police probe led to the arrest of the three suspects, namely two men and the mother of the deceased man. The killer object was also confiscated for further investigation. 

Commissioner of Limpopo SAPS, Lieutenant General Thembi Hadebe, hailed the relentless efforts by the teams involved. Which resulted in the arrest.

“Domestic violence is becoming a serious threat to bringing about peace and stability in the province,” said Hadebe.

“It becomes everyone’s responsibility within the society to make sure that steps are taken to help those in need of assistance to professionals to prevent unnecessary loss of lives,” she concluded.

The three suspects whose ages range between 22 and 53 are expected to appear before Jane Furse Magistrate’s Court soon. The Police investigations are ongoing.