‘We are scared,’ say Pietermaritzburg’s sex workers

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Members of the Pietermaritzburg SAPS Search and Rescue unit on Wednesday combed the Manor area where three bodies have been discovered since December, including the bodies of two women in less than two weeks. No more bodies were found on Wednesday.
Members of the Pietermaritzburg SAPS Search and Rescue unit on Wednesday combed the Manor area where three bodies have been discovered since December, including the bodies of two women in less than two weeks. No more bodies were found on Wednesday.

Sex workers in Manor are on edge and worrying about a serial killer after two bodies were found in the area in less than two weeks. 

Since December, a total of three bodies have been found in the area, the first being the body of a man. 

Police search and rescue officers on Wednesday searched the bushes surrounding Manor Grounds with the help of a dog to check that there are no more bodies hidden in the area. They found no bodies.

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