R200 000 reward after Limpopo woman cut in half

2016-03-23 12:37

Polokwane - Limpopo police have offered a reward of up to R200 000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of those who murdered and cut in half a 62-year-old woman in Seshego earlier this year.

Mapula Margaret Malatji's body was found at Seshego Dam on January 30, police spokesperson Colonel Ronel Otto said on Wednesday.

She had been cut in half and several body parts had been removed. She left her home in Seshego Zone 4 around 05:00 on January 29 to collect her ID card from the local home affairs department.

Anyone with information about the murder could contact Lieutenant Colonel Ramogobedi on 082-499-8389 or Constable Gafane on 082-759-4905.

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