Father and son still shaken after Stellenbosch student Theuns du Toit urinated on belongings

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Babalo and his father, Mkhuseli Kaduka, at their Mdantsane home.
Babalo and his father, Mkhuseli Kaduka, at their Mdantsane home.
Siya Tsewu

When he returned to his Eastern Cape home, his community was there to welcome him. 

Not because he was bringing home a medal, or had won a competition. But because he had suffered through a traumatic experience, barely a few months into his time at Stellenbosch University. 

When a video he had shot recently as evidence went viral, his life became a whirlwind of meetings, interviews and people organising protests on his behalf. 

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