Naledi Lethoba's family has been left heart-broken and with unanswered questions after their beloved daughter's death. The young woman's body was found in an open field, burnt and mutilated.
Naledi Lethoba's disappearance and subsequent death made headlines across South Africa, and now her family is calling for justice.
The 21-year-old's body had been found, burnt and mutilated, in an open field in May, with her family finally laying her to rest over the weekend.
Briefly.co.za reported earlier that a video had caused waves on social media, surrounded by rumours that it revealed the last moments of Naledi's life. The video had been a fake, but had added to the controversy surrounding her murder.
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Meanwhile, a 19-year-old has appeared in court in relation to Lethoba's death. The accused is a fellow student at Goldfield TVET College.
As things stand, the motive for the murder is unknown, with a court date for 14 June set for a formal bail application, reports eNCA.
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