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Bathabile Colleen Phohlo
Bathabile Colleen Phohlo

"She was the most responsible among all of us."

This was how Phola Nkani Sakawuli, a close friend of the late Bathabile Colleen Phohlo (40), described her on Saturday, following the discovery of her lifeless body at a dumpsite in Randburg, Johannesburg, last month.

Phohlo had been stabbed and burnt after she allegedly met an unknown person at a garage on William Nicol Drive, which links the suburb of Bryanston to Fourways.

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