A 29-year-old Zimbabwean lady allegedly suffocated her recently conceived infant young lady in a 20-liter container of bubbling water in South Africa a month ago.
Wendy Tapiwa Chipo of Rietfonten allegedly attempted to cut short when she was as yet pregnant yet fizzled.
Chipo who is dealing with murder indictments was remanded in authority after she deserted her bail application and her preliminary date has been set for May 14 at the Brits Magistrates Court in Gauteng area.
Public Prosecuting Authority's (NPA) representative for North Gauteng, Lumka Mahanjana said the offense was submitted on March 16.
She said before the child murder, the lady had supposedly attempted to cut short the pregnancy without progress.
It is claimed that Chipo attempted to cut short her infant, when that fizzled and the infant came out alive, she plunged her in a 20-liter can of bubbling water.
Further claims are that she at that point put the body in a plastic sack. Along with her companion, they went to cover the infant at a shrubbery close to where she remains in Sunnyway Village in Rietfonten.
Reports demonstrates that not long after disguising the supposed homicide, Chipo asked her companion not to educate anybody regarding the offense. On March 17, Chipo's companion who could at this point don't maintain the mystery detailed the make a difference to the police.
She additionally took the police to the shallow grave and the remaining parts were recuperated. Chipo was captured a day later while on the rush to Pretoria.
Elsewhere in the world, iHarare had announced that a driver who stood out as truly newsworthy as of late subsequent to hitting a minor in Borrowdale was yesterday fined $15 000 by a Harare justice.
Herbert Chakanyuka conceded to careless driving and inability to stop at the mishap scene charges when he showed up
before Harare judge Tendai Muchini.
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