Skeletal stays found in a shallow grave in Soweto affirmed as that of a young lady who disappeared three years prior

South African police on December 17, revealed a human skull and bones covered in a shallow grave in the lawn of a house in Phiri, Soweto where a missing University of Johannesburg understudy Palesa Madiba was most recently seen alive. A cop at the Moroka police headquarters said he got a bring in the early hours of that day around a covered body in the house. There, they discovered a grave in the house and blocks that was laid on top of the body.

Recently, December 30, the police affirmed that the skeletal stays found in the grave were for sure Madiba's. Brigadier Mashadi Selepe said they couldn't disclose more data to the media until their examination had been finished.

22-year-old Madiba vanished in August 2013. She had spent the weekend at a companion's home and was normal back home in Diepkloof yet didn't return. The family looked high and low however every tip on her whereabouts had ended up being false.