RDP house built on gravesite — man searches for granny and uncle's remains

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Jabulani Ndlovu (52) is on a quest to locate the graves of two of his family after he discovered that an RDP house had been built where they were buried in Sweetwaters.
Jabulani Ndlovu (52) is on a quest to locate the graves of two of his family after he discovered that an RDP house had been built where they were buried in Sweetwaters.
PHOTO: Moeketsi Mamane

A Pietermaritzburg man is desperately searching for the remains of his grandmother and uncle after an RDP house and toilet were built on their graves.

Jabulani Ndlovu (52) said grandmother, Victoria Ndlovu, and uncle, Cash Ndlovu, both died before 1984 when the family lived in Sweetwaters.

The family has since moved to Willowfontein but Ndlovu lives in Richmond where he works at a timber treating company.

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