Private divers barred from searching for Kliprivier boy who drowned

Police say site of drowning is a 'crime scene' but divers can't enter the water due to quality of the water

05 July 2024 - 20:24

A Sedibeng family's desperate attempts to use a private company to retrieve the body of a young boy who drowned in the Klip River hit a brick wall on Friday after police barred private divers from entering the “contaminated” water...

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