Bodies of missing Limpopo sisters found

Limpopo police have opened an inquest into the deaths of two sisters who went missing in August. The children -- aged five and seven -- were last seen with their aunt, who was found wandering around without the girls the next day. Limpopo police spokesperson, Brigadier Motlafela Mojapelo, has more details. Courtesy #DStv403

JOHANNESBURG - The bodies of missing Limpopo sisters Kamogelo and Lesego Ramaphasha have been found.

The siblings, aged seven and five, went missing from their home in Marobjane village last month.

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They were last seen with their aunt, who is said to suffer from a mental disability.

The aunt was found wandering around near a bus stop the following day without the girls.

Police say their bodies were discovered by community members on Tuesday night, about 20 kilometres away from their home.


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