Man rapes girl, 13, he met on Twitter

2012-05-17 09:32

Johannesburg - A 13-year-old Pretoria teenager was raped, allegedly by a 45-year-old man she met on social networking site Twitter, according to a report on Thursday.

Police spokesperson Captain Marissa van der Merwe said the girl had skipped school on March 13 to allow a man to meet her at her parents' luxury home at the exclusive Silver Lakes golf estate in Pretoria east, Beeld reported.

"When the girl opened the door, she realised that the man was a lot older than he had pretended to be online," Van der Merwe told the newspaper.

The girl tried to close the door, but he forced it open.

"She tried to get away from him, but was unable to, and he raped her."

The alleged rapist was arrested shortly afterwards, and he appeared in the Pretoria Magistrate's Court for the second time on Wednesday.

He may not yet be named, as no charge had formally been put to him.

According to Van der Merwe, the victim had been speaking to the alleged predator online for some time, but he had not posted a picture of himself on his profile.

She urged people, especially children, to be wary on social networks.

"Don't just invite strangers to your home. It's dangerous."

  • Jono - 2012-05-17 09:43

    This oak should be hunged by the b@lls!!! And i am not blaming the perants, kids do whatever they want today, but hopefully after this they would use this as an example and show there kids not to trust anyone or not to do these kinds of things!

      Mzamo - 2012-05-17 09:51

      Eish..... hang by balls!!!! Yhooo, I can imagine!!!

      clinton.badenhorst - 2012-05-17 10:01

      I wish I had his Twitter account name... I would play the part of a young girl and invite him to my house. When he arrives, he will meet a few of my friends and we will f^&K him up! He will never be able to walk again!

      Msika - 2012-05-17 10:03

      Eish technology comes with it's disadvantages. Back in the days when there were Blackberry and Apple were mere fruits, no social networking sites, Incidents that like this were unlikely to happen. I am not blaming technology on this or the victim, but parents should control what their children are doing with these gadgets they spoil them with. If these allegations are true, this guy must be prosecuted and given a lenghty prison sentence.

      Nicholas - 2012-05-17 10:05

      @Foc ...because she is a child! That is exactly why children need to be protected!

      Tuco - 2012-05-17 10:06

      Kids are rebellious especially around that age, it is no surprise she probably tried to keep the whole ‘relationship’ from her parents. Her blissful and ignorant innocence led her to invite evil into their home and commit this sick crime. Parents must educate their children about the dangers of befriending strangers on social sites. We need to be vigilant as parents, there are sick monsters out there. This monster must be given a bail of R50.00 and handed over to the community.Let us deal with him.

      Janice - 2012-05-17 10:15

      "he cant be named"!!! The BA*TARD is probably already out on bail!!!

      shayne.bezuidenhout - 2012-05-17 10:26

      Hanged by the b@lls!! yeah i agree. The sick skum that preys on kids don't deserve to be called humans. even "animals" is too good a term for them. Its time that harsher punishments are handed down to those found giutly of such crimes. Besides the obvious physical trauma the young victims have to endure, the mental and emotional scars will be with them for a much longer time.

      dinnyesilva - 2012-05-17 10:31

      @SamuraiMama - WTF!! Are you retarded! 13yr old girl was raped, what pray tell are the two sides to the story! Chop!

      Squeegee - 2012-05-17 10:48

      OK, hang him by the *****. But what about personal responsibility? Kid's should learn from this. If you bunk school and invite strangers to your home you are putting yourself in danger. If you drink and drive..; if you hang out with scum...; etc. Make good choices to protect yourself.

      TheyTookMyNickLaZynEko - 2012-05-17 11:27

      parents make the internet possible for their young children so they should really monitor the public presence of their children online. Hopefully they are able (have the know how), otherwise such danger shall be able to gain foothold in the lives of the children.

      monkinsane - 2012-05-17 13:02

      Instant cure for pedophiles - Bullet in the head - that is what this bastard deserves.

      rdeloca - 2012-05-17 13:32

      It is "hung by..." not "hunged by...". Didn't your typing editor alert you to that error?

      Lionel - 2012-05-18 06:08

      @ rdeloca actually it should be "hanged".

  • Christo - 2012-05-17 09:44

    WTF another sick bastard. We Parents must do something either in upbringing methods or mob justice. there is nothing stopping these people hurting our kids.

      Wimpie.Haefele - 2012-05-17 09:49

      I am terrified of raising my child in SA, what is wrong with the society, are adults not suppose to protect the youth? Only thing that will work is mob justice for all criminals that murder, rape or assault (attempted murder) crime will go down by atleast 50% in six months

      Aristar - 2012-05-17 10:23

      All rapists should be castrated and made to work on the roads, painting white lines along with the drunk drivers.

      DuToitCoetzee - 2012-05-17 10:23

      @Gobsmacked. I promise you these things happens all over the world. The reason we hear form more incident in SA is because we are here and we do have a community that speak out and reveal more easily when these things happens. A lot of overseas countries are speaking out on the issue, but when revealing some still see it as a shame on the family or try to handle it quietly. I am sitting with that same fear and must do the best.....,no better, than I can. If that is possible.

      Jacqui - 2012-05-17 10:42

      DuToitCoetzee, I don't agree. Many countries in Europe have very little rape. So don't generalize.

      DuToitCoetzee - 2012-05-17 11:16

      It is your right to disagree. I presume you use official stats? My point is that official stats are not always correct because of the fact that all does not gets reported. That was my point. Please read my quote again. "@Gobsmacked. I promise you these things happens all over the world." "A lot of overseas countries are speaking out on the issue, but when revealing some still see it as a shame on the family or try to handle it quietly." Nowhere Europe was mentioned and "many countries in Europe" is only a small part of a much bigger world.(to quote your own words)

      Wimpie.Haefele - 2012-05-17 11:21

      @ Du Toit I worked for 3 years in the USA (in the Midwest) as well as Canada, and in that 3years I heard about 4murders and not even once of a child being raped. Guess that the difference between a 1st and 3rd world country. Have you ever been outside our borders?

      DuToitCoetzee - 2012-05-17 11:50

      @Gobsmacked. Yes, and I have some knowledge on the subject. Lets not get into a "handbag" fight and indirectly draw the attention away from such a horrible deed. I sometimes feel like you, using mob justice, to stop these deeds.

      Rodney - 2012-05-17 12:11

      Lol. Gobsmacked, you must have been in an isolated cabin with no access to the news. In Cincinnati in 2010 alone there were 20 murdersand 70 reported rape cases. Oklahoma City had 9 murders and 59 reported rape cases. All of England had 419 murders and 1 woman per 1000 was raped in 2011.

      monkinsane - 2012-05-17 13:06

      Gobsmacked, this sorta thing happens worldwide, not just in SA. Sadly, too often the bastards get away with it. Rape should be an automatic death sentence in my opinion - and it should be a slow and painful death.

      Chrissie - 2012-05-17 16:10


      thabo.manganye - 2012-05-17 17:01

      Gobsmacked, the only better( BETTER HEY) to raise a child will be in a country like Egypt where you rape today you killed tomorrow. in the USA it is as bad as S.A not that i have been there but thanks to T.V ( discovery channel) usa is as bad as south africa

  • eil33nn - 2012-05-17 09:45

    Parents really need to monitor their kids social activities. I am sorry she got raped.

      npretorius2 - 2012-05-17 09:53

      Its not really possible for parents to monitor online activity any more, in most cases the kids outsmart parents when it comes to the net... The parents need to teach the dangers of meeting people that you meet online. Another problem is that paedophiles are almost impossible to deter, they no that if they get caught they will get gang raped and probably killed in jail, but they still commit their evil crimes. I think chemical castration or death penalty is the only deterrent.

      eil33nn - 2012-05-17 10:22

      Then why have internet and not know how to work it? Why give a 13 year old a smartphone? Why give a 13 year old a phone? I agree with you, but parents should be clued up to outsmart their kids.

      npretorius2 - 2012-05-17 10:58

      Its a moral dilemma, You want all the knowledge the internet provides at your child's finger tips to give them an advantage in life, without them being harmed, and respecting their privacy. Best thing to do is probably show your child this article and let them know how easy things like this happens. Im not a parent yet, but I'm pretty sure that if you forbid your child to do anything, they will want to do it more, just behind your back. If your child insists on being active on social networks, make sure you follow/friend them and know what they are up to.

      eil33nn - 2012-05-17 11:25

      I am so in agreement with you to a point, but we all know the internet is full of crap, so i will not let my kids use it unsupervised.

      npretorius2 - 2012-05-17 11:32

      @ell33nn, try netnanny, its an application that blocks all unsafe sites. As far as I know it blocks almost anything that is not deemed educational. The internet can be such a great tool for kids to learn. I've certainly learned more from internet than high school and University combined.

      Tsotsi-Baby - 2012-05-17 11:42

      My kids are never allowed to touch a computer

      eil33nn - 2012-05-17 11:57

      I am lucky that my significant other works in IT and would be able to firewall the crap out of our internet at home. I have also learnt alot from the internet and i am not opposed to it at all, but i would still supervise my kids.

  • Zimbobwe - 2012-05-17 09:45

    I spoke about the curse of twitter and facebook after the two brain dead models spewed theirracist bile on twitter and people gave me thumbs down. This twitter and facebook are for idiots who have nothing better to do in life. Go play your friends or join a club. What is a 13year old doing inviting strangers, males nogal in her home???

      owamin1 - 2012-05-17 11:11

      Totally agree. The best thing to do is meet your neighbour, your school mates and class mates....there's a probably a shy little boy who has been trying to get her attention, and she's not interested. If people must do social networks, they must know that even then, you network with people you know for crying out loud. if you must date, then find a real person.

      John - 2012-05-17 11:41

      Zim, is that why you have a FB account?

      Zimbobwe - 2012-05-17 14:53

      @JohnB the only reason I have face book is to get access to news24 and post some sense into to your thick skull. Go check my profile and see if I take this bullsh*t seriously!!!

      John - 2012-05-17 15:32

      @Zimbobwe-Mugabe. With a profile like yours, who's the one with a thick skull? You're one of the biggest racists on 24.

      Zimbobwe - 2012-05-17 15:39

      @JohnB don't judge the book by it's cover. My name Zim Mugabe says nothing about my profile. Go check my interests and activities you'll see what I mean. I can call myself the pope and be as racist as they come. The name says nothing to me. The comments you post are the real you!!!

      lownabester - 2012-05-17 15:56

      Have to agree, But our children dont even know how to read a newspaper. Very sad for her, But this happens all the time, Why dont they open their eyes.

  • tednhet - 2012-05-17 09:47

    send him to jail. Then he will see how nice rape is. Suffer you bast--d.

      Angelica - 2012-05-17 10:03

      jail? that wont help! i say castrate him or give him to the mobs for justice!

      Aristar - 2012-05-17 10:28

      All rapists should be castrated and made to work on the roads, painting white lines along with the drunk drivers.

      Sharon - 2012-05-17 10:42

      Give him a clear choice - prison or castration - see how important his weenie really is to him. I bet he picks prison, he won't want to lose his weapon of choice. Scum...

      mmokoatle - 2012-05-17 11:10

      Castrate and feed him his own fried d*(#. Send him to jail where he'll see other criminals pushing theirs into his backside.

  • Kala - 2012-05-17 09:47

    I really would like to high five this fawker... With a baseball bat... In the face!!!

  • veldt66 - 2012-05-17 09:48

    Nxaaaa social networks of RAPE, its a rising trend parents should warn their kids, why did they allow their kid to skip to meet this rapist!!!

  • JHNortje - 2012-05-17 09:49

    Hope this is a warning to all the naive girls on social networks not to trust people they meet on social networks. It's heaven for sexual predators and stalkers. I hope this man gets live for this.

      Riëtte - 2012-05-18 11:28

      i don't understand why you got so many thumbs down. I feel sick that this happened, but to skip school at 13 to meet a man at your parents home? Besides, at that age she shouldn't be on social networks meeting guys.

  • Ryno - 2012-05-17 09:49

    does twitter not have a user age restriction like FB?

      siyadyosiba - 2012-05-17 09:59

      even if it has in its t&c, its impossible to restrict as these kids lie about their age. - 2012-05-17 10:18

      What age restriction on facebook? ...... there are kids as young as 10 on facebook and their parents allow it.

      katlego.senyanyathi - 2012-05-17 11:49

      These kids lie about their age when they register, i got invite from niece who was born in 2000 and on her profile she said she was born in 1990. I blame parents for buying their kids smart phones

  • sabongam - 2012-05-17 09:50

    Is there any hope that this sick rape demon will be stopped?Hell, there's a bloody rape case every single day and it looks like rape is definitely on the rise...Can the govt. really say "Enough is Enough" and give sentences which will deter any would-be rapist?Hardcore sentences that will make people not even entertain the thought of raping... Especially those that rape or even attempt to rape children...

      TaniaSandraSteyn - 2012-05-17 19:35

      Unfortunately jail doesn't put them off at all. The sexy pics that some teens post on their social networking sites are like boerewors to a bulldog - they have no idea that paedophiles are out their looking for someone just like them. What we should investigate is why youngsters are so hungry for attention that they play these seriously dangerous games with their lives.

  • daniel.motlhatlhedi - 2012-05-17 09:50

    teenagers please stay away from social networks nd focus on your education please. If you want to have fun play sports.

      Kala - 2012-05-17 09:56

      To true Daniel! At 13 I was riding my bicycle with other kids and socialising face to face with other kids. The problem is our kids are not safe on the streets anymore. We used to be playing outside until way after dark. Now it seems our kids are not even safe at home.

  • Loo - 2012-05-17 09:50

    HANG the bastard !!!!!

  • Peace - 2012-05-17 09:55

    this monster is crazy,he should be tortured and stoned until his last breath in full view of the public.

  • Stille - 2012-05-17 09:55

    Being a IT proffesional, i can only urge parents to monitor their childrens online habits and usage. If they use smartphones, software can be installed to monitor usage ( netnanny ) at home and on the tablets or phones. There are a lot of a**holes out there. Good luck to the girl and her family.

      Heiku - 2012-05-18 07:48

      I too am an IT professional, but I had no idea that gave me the right to tell parents how to raise their kids. Now that I know I'll be sure the stick my nose in everywhere.

  • Leon - 2012-05-17 09:57

    Rape rape rape everywhere. Father rapes stepdaughter. 13 year old in gang rape. Rape everywhere. What are we teaching out youth. This is madness.

  • kjsverlinde - 2012-05-17 09:58

    They should change news24 to rape24

  • chaze.damonze - 2012-05-17 09:58

    Its sad tht social networks are used for such bad things, bt then again. That girl is pretty stupid, i was taught about stranger danger since i was a little kid

  • Angelica - 2012-05-17 10:00

    the man may not be named? wtf

  • Fuza Sisco - 2012-05-17 10:03

    Why dont change news24 to rape24,is always about rape,thats enough

  • Asheel - 2012-05-17 10:05

    What would be appropriate is to have his penis placed in a tank of water and have a pirahna in that tank!

  • nathi.mnisi.7 - 2012-05-17 10:06

    Aaaaaaaaaaahhhhhhhhh........ These perverted Paedophiles make me Sick to my stomach.....Bring back the Death Penalty pleasd, let the B****rd Burn!!!! Burn!!! Name and shame him, Aaaaaaaaaahhhhhhhh.... This is scary, to think some of us have daughters in this country and we have to live in fear of this.......

  • Matshidiso - 2012-05-17 10:07

    This is regretable, I dont blame the parents. Please people lets teach our children about dangers on social network sites. Mostly parents expect schools to do the work. Children might be taught life orientation but is up to us parent to emphesise it.

  • Gavin - 2012-05-17 10:07

    stranger danger. twitter is fast becoming satans tool. they should reinstate the death penalty for rape - as it has become far to common a a crime in SA of late.

      monkinsane - 2012-05-17 13:19

      Twitter is evil incarnate.

  • Isaac - 2012-05-17 10:10

    The rapist should be shot once in the balls, twice in the face, preferably by the victim. That being said, children and teenagers ought to know better than to invite total strangers into their house. The basic principals of 'Stranger Danger' have not changed for decades, and child victims are usually the ones who disobeyed the fundamental rules their parents taught them: don't get involved with strange adults. Let parents know what is going on. That's why I allowed my daughter to watch movies like Taken, and Man On Fire, despite the age restrictions... she needs to learn that most adults who take an interest in kids that aren't theirs, are perverts, or worse. My kid also knows how to use a gun and basic melee weapons. tl;dr : kids and parents need to level up. This is a country where the law strongly favours the rights of deviants and criminals. Basic common sense is involved. Teach kids about what can happen, and make them prepared. There are no excuses for 'modern technology and the impact of social media'. When I was a child, perverts and rapists used to hang around parks, skating rinks and games arcades to seek out vulnerable, slightly stupid, or weak-willed children. Most children used their common sense to avoid these perverts.

      Mike - 2012-05-18 07:43

      There's a lot of child molesters that don't like your comment...

  • mokheled - 2012-05-17 10:11

    Cut his balls off a thirteen year old, f****n bastard he must get justice only from the mob.

  • Mark - 2012-05-17 10:12

    How do you meet someone on Twitter?

      siyadyosiba - 2012-05-17 10:26

      through chatting with them and building a relationship. Do you know what blind date is?

      owamin1 - 2012-05-17 11:13

      ...and then go on to invite them to your parents house? The mind boggles...

      siyadyosiba - 2012-05-17 11:15

      ....would it be safer in his chosen place? mind boggles

      Mark - 2012-05-17 11:51

      @siyandosa - my point is that Twitter is not really meant or designed for hookups

      siyadyosiba - 2012-05-17 12:10

      @mark, what is meant for hook ups? lets be frank, people hook up any where and anytime they can communicate, facebook, twitter, online chats, online dating, pan pals etc. as long as the forum allows for people to chat and a relationship builds in the process of chatting, people will definitely hook up and there is nothing with that. the key thing is that one needs to be more careful if they choose to hook up in these forums.

  • Kissmea - 2012-05-17 10:17

    Whats his twitter name so I can invite him to my house and then let him meet my two rottweillers and my 48 special....

      Isaac - 2012-05-17 10:20

      * .38 Special, or .50 if feeling particularly gangsta. Then there's the the .454 which combines the best of both worlds: large round, with awesome power.

  • siyadyosiba - 2012-05-17 10:17

    All these reports should be forwarded to governments of every state so that they can collectively drive to have these risks attended to by International Criminal Court. ICC must pass a law to force all Social Media Companies to constantly post reports of this nature on their social media sites as warnings just like cigarette packages have "smoking is a health risk" warning. That will help the kids to be aware of these risks as they don't watch nor read news. I bet many kids do not know that things like these are happening. In the meantime, Minister of People with disability, Children and Women department must come with an awareness programme for our kids. Lastly, we, literate parents, must raise these risks to our kids.

  • Aristar - 2012-05-17 10:20

    All rapists should be castrated and made to work on the roads, painting white lines along with the drunk drivers.

      siyadyosiba - 2012-05-17 10:37

      What are you implying about working on roads and painting white lines?

      TaniaSandraSteyn - 2012-05-17 19:42

      Why, Aristar? So they can have a good look at your little ones while driving by? You are denigrating a legitimate job, by the way.

  • AdeleFHM - 2012-05-17 10:20

    There's so many sick freaks on Twitter, NEVER EVER meet up with anyone you only met online, unless you in a group, but still. Be cautious. Sorry to hear about this

  • Christo - 2012-05-17 10:20

    Idea: schooling must include social media and general safety somewhere in a subject from a low grade. this to be a fail safe in the absence of proper parental guidance and to make the youth aware of the potensial dangers in society.

  • Louise - 2012-05-17 10:23

    Why does a 13 year old have a twitter account in the first place? Why does she have access to socual media where these predators roam in the first place?

  • chanki.modise - 2012-05-17 10:28

    I knew it i knew it kids social media porn drugs we all know the result

  • mrp721 - 2012-05-17 10:30

    This monster deserves to be strung up by his balls!!! But at the same time why are these kids allowed on these social networking sites???? There brains are not even finished growing and they cannot understand the consequences of certain actions and also cannot see the dangers!! I think parents need to be a lot stricter in what they are allowing there kids to do. The dangers of this thing happening is so much more probable than in the days we were kids and this is a far easier way for these monsters to find kids, please parents you are parents not your kids friends, be a parent and start being more alert to what your kids are getting up to...

  • Ayanda Yaya Khumalo - 2012-05-17 10:34

    nxa!!!!!!!!!!f**********ck this old man must be killed our government must bring back death sentence am sick and tired of this now it destroy our youth future and plz!!!!!!! if you have kid that used twitter,facebook,mxt warn him/her about social network thugs

      TaniaSandraSteyn - 2012-05-17 19:43

      I see three paedophiles gave you the 'thumbs down' Ayanda.

  • revaro.winkler - 2012-05-17 10:35

    o my waf is wrong whit the man in south africa sweet jesus

  • Pule - 2012-05-17 10:39

    Don't you suppose to be 18 years old to join twitter?

  • shereen.vanschoor - 2012-05-17 10:40

    Ok I'm wondering what this 13 year old wanted to do with someone she met on the internet. If you were wise enough to "skip school" and invite a "boy" (as that was what she thought he was) over what was her intentions. And that for me is a problem. At 13 years old you have the will power and brain to skip school for a boy??? Why did she not check who it was at the door first? She was alone at her parents luxury house? Should we not be a bit more vigilant as parents and teenagers alike? As for the rapist.. what everybody else says about hanging him and all that. My main concern is that this is happening way to often with teenagers. Sex is a game that they play and they have NO idea how dangerous it is.

      Cherri - 2012-05-17 13:38

      Very sensible comment. Thanks to the internet, smartphones and technology in general, kids of today are far more worldly-wise and should know better than to invite strangers into their homes, that is just asking for trouble.

  • YouthLeague - 2012-05-17 10:41

    I think its time we sometimes take law into our own hands. specialty if we have a proof of that crime.\r\nPolice takes too long to respond and to lazy to protect. at the same time those in power have their families secured enough to tell ue not to take law in our own ways or hands. If it happens to me I can kill that rapist and beat those who will try to arrest me

  • sandi.s.ranwell - 2012-05-17 10:43

    What the hell is a 13yr old doing on twitter and THEN skipping school for an illicit tryst which went horribly wrong purely because the man was older than she had anticipated - what would she have done if it was a hot 17yr old boy who had also skipped school?? Spoilt brat if you ask me!!! Yes, rape is terrible, but little girls shouldn't play with fire and then cry 'rape' when they've asked for it!

  • Liesbet - 2012-05-17 10:44

    We teach our children not to talk to strangers.... we sometimes forget that a person is still a stranger, even if you've been chatting to that person online.... So sad and I hope this girl gets the right attention now and not feel that it is her fault. She was just being 13 and loved the attention.

  • thomanim - 2012-05-17 10:44

    I think now is the time people learned how to use the social media in the right way,how on earth do u invite sumbody u dont even know nd expect good things to come out of it.How many ppl are we going to lose before we learn not to trust strangers in our lives.

  • howard.komati - 2012-05-17 10:46

    The Government must Castrate men who rape. we have prostitutes who even sell for a mere 30 rand so why do we have so many rape cases? The government it too lenient on criminals as 4 this kids they must stop inviting strangers to their homes.

  • onke1 - 2012-05-17 10:48

    1. She should not be on Twitter or Facebook if she is younger than 18 and the countries need to enforce these social networks not to allow a person to be registered if they don't put their age\r\n2. Parents who buy their kids these smart phones or internet access at home should make sure that the network security does not allow their kids usage without alerting them\r\n3. If a child does not show up for school the parent should be alerted as soon as class registers have been taken\r\n4. Parents who buy their kids affection by giving them whatever they like shall reap what they sow

  • Quantronium - 2012-05-17 10:48

    Before we hang anyone by the balls. Wht were the intentions of this kid.

  • Carla - 2012-05-17 10:48

    Absolutely shocking! I'm so glad they caught the evil bastard. Now, I know she is only 13, but surely at 13, she is old enough to know that you cannot invite a complete stranger to your home, regardless how old he claimed to be. Secondly, I understand the need for children to have cell phones, especially in highshool when they have a lot of after school activities which can change at short notice, so they do need to be able to contact a parent to let them know. They do not however need to have internet access. There is absolutely no need for a 13 year old to be on twitter/facebook etc... I know my children will shout and whinge and tell me how mean I am and go on about all their friends having etc... but I'd much rather be a mean mommy than have my child raped or murdered by some psycho that found her via twitter or facebook.

      eil33nn - 2012-05-17 12:40

      AGREED! But there are phones in the school office and public phones on the schools premises or why not get a phone like 3310, that can just sms and call?

      Carla - 2012-05-17 13:21

      My girls will be getting the cheapest thing on the market. Phone calls/smses only.

  • Colin - 2012-05-17 10:55

    My Sympathies to the victim and the parents, also her family. What a traumatic time you must be going through. Best wishes for recovery. The bastard who did this to her needs to be made an example of. I hear many parents on here with fear of bringing their kids up in South Africa. I certainly understand your sentiment being the father of only girls. In the same breath though, bewaar jou siel kinders, as pappa uitvinder julle draai stokkies en nooi mense huis toe. Liewe Jesus sal julle gouer ontmoet!

  • Quantronium - 2012-05-17 10:58

    Really!, really! really! who is to blame here!

  • Quantronium - 2012-05-17 10:59

    Really!, really! really! who is to blame here!

      siyadyosiba - 2012-05-17 11:12

      now answer this one? who is the victim and who is the culprit in this cae? Your answer will hint you to have an answer for your question.

      mmokoatle - 2012-05-17 11:23

      What a brilliant question! #rolling eyes#

  • nomawethu.dyala - 2012-05-17 11:03

    what a filty man aggg wish i could see him and give him a piece of my mind