Gauteng tourist falls to his death at Three Rondavels

2016-02-01 11:15
Three Rondavels, Mpumalanga. (iStock)

Three Rondavels, Mpumalanga. (iStock)

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Graskop - A tourist from Gauteng died when he fell down a 100m cliff at the Three Rondavels mountain top near Graskop, Mpumalanga police said on Monday. 

Sergeant Gerald Sedibe said the man fell to his death after going through a demarcated area at the world-renowned tourist destination on Saturday afternoon.

Police and emergency services retrieved his body on Sunday afternoon around 17:00. The man had not yet been identified, but was estimated to be aged 34.

Sedibe warned the public to adhere to the rules and stay within demarcated areas at tourist attractions. 

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