SA charity worker’s throat slashed: no arrests
13 February 2012 Leave a comment
Today’s other news summary: long-time charity-volunteer Mrs Ingrid Anna Niebuhr, 71 found with throat slashed; Shaiden Trickett, 7 survives robber’s bullet, WEF warns SA ‘s eco-system and population-health are in critical meltdown; English-SA teacher murdered in Thailand;
Ingrid Anna Niebuhr, 71, long-time charity volunteer, throat cut, repeatedly stabbed in gruesome murder, Wakkerstroom – nothing robbed
WAKKERSTROOM. Naspers journalist Ügen Vos reports that an Afrikaner woman, Mrs Ingrid Anna Niebuhr, 71, who until recently managed the Haus Bergfrieden guest-house, was found with her throat cut on Saturday February 13 2012 by a neighbour – alerted by her gardener when he arrived at 8am.
Mrs Niebuhr was last seen on Thursday Feb 9 at 2pm said SAPS Lt.col. Leonard Hlathi. The gardener rushed next door to get help when he saw the garage and kitchen-door were broken open.
Wakkerstroom’s ex-mayor Chris Smit said the neighbour found the murdered Mrs Niebuhr ‘in a pool of blood’. She was stabbed fiercely: knifing wounds were visible in her neck, face and back. Nothing appears stolen: her VW Polo was used as a getaway car and found abandoned near Volksrust.
Members of the public who may have seen anything untoward or know more about the case, can contact SAPS constable Jan Maritz at 083 320 8117.
Mrs Niebuhr ‘s family members in Brisbane, Australia posted a message, saying:
“She served the community like no other, trying to educate people on love and peace together with her inspiring relationship with God! Truly someone who deserves a monument”
On Feb 13 2012, she had just started a facebook page, posting two messages with her Blackberry smartphone, saying:”love is a decision to commitment. Not only a good feeling often caused by hormones! February 14, 2011 at 9:23am, with relative Karola Niebuhr Pelser ‘liking’ it:
“Everything in life has two sides. Listen to both sides before making a decision.”
Shaiden Trickett , 7 shot, miraculously escapes being hit in the head by a bullet from armed-robber gang; sister Astyn, 5 traumatised
Picture by Felix Dlangamandla, Foto24: – 2012-02-13 Seven-year-old Shaiden Trickett lost a pinkie when he was shot by an armed gang in Meyerton while seated in his mom’s car with his five-year-old sister Astyn.
The children are badly traumatised, writes Naspers journalist Riata Nel. The children were waiting with their mom Jean for their grandmother who’d gone to shop at Pick ‘n Pay in Meyerton when they heard crashing noises, a gun shot – and then Shaiden was shot. Mrs Trickett said she saw security guards running past. Apparently a gang had just robbed a jewellery store and fled when shots were fired. A bullet hit Shaiden just as he turned his head towards the noise while seated on the back seat of the car. “If he hadn’t turned back his head after hearing the noise, the bullet would have gone through his head or a shoulder,’ said his mom. Indeed the boy was twice-lucky: paramedic Riaan Jordaan just happened to be nearby — and immediately helped to stop the copious bleeding from his hand. The bullet damaged a bone and most of his pinkie had to be amputated.
The children spoke to a trauma-specialist Sunday. “They got a bad fright’,’ said their mom. “But he’s my superhero,’ quipped the mom. “He tried to cath bullets with his hand.’
The gang ‘s get away car a Nissan Hardbody, was located abandoned at the Kookrus railway station.
English-speaking white SA teacher Mark Robson, went to Taipei to teach, found murdered on Thailand beach
ŉ Liggaam wat verlede maand op ŉ strand in Phuket in Thailand gevind is, is moontlik die van ŉ vermiste Suid-Afrikaner.The Mercury berig dat die liggaam moontlik die is van Mark Robson (27) wat op 23 Januarie vermis geraak het in Phuket. Robson moes op 6 Februarie ŉ vlug haal van Phuket na Taipei, waar hy as ŉ Engelse onderwyser sou begin werk. Hy het nooit die vlug gehaal nie. Robson het Suid-Afrikaanse en Britse burgerskap. ŉ Liggaam wat intussen op Freedom strand in Phuket gevind is, is moontlik die van Robson. Sy gesin, van Gillits naby Durban, is intussen ŉ foto van die liggaam gestuur en het hulle die liggaam voorlopig uitgeken as die van hulle vermiste seun. Die Phuket Gazette berig intussen dat vuilspel vermoed word aangesien daar krapmerke aan die liggaam se rug gevind is en die feit dat die liggaam gevind is waar dit “hang” in ŉ sittende posisie.
SA environment, population’s health in critical meltdown: WEF warns
13 Feb 2012 – The World Economic Forum warns SA’s eco-system is deteriorating so fast after 2 decades under ANC-hegemony that it’s placed at 128th worst out of 132 countries surveyed…
SA’s once so brilliant nature reserves, water-system, agriculture and fisheries have deteriorated nearly the fastest in the world under the ANC terrorist regime since 1992: and things will get even worse. The fraudulent regime insists on building a series of nuclear reactors along its pristine coastline…
The World Economic Forum announced its findings of the current state of 132 countries’ eco-systems since 1992: and South Africa has deteriorated so badly that it is placed at 128th place. Iraq is the worst, Switzerland looks after its environment and its people’s health the best in the world. These were the findings of scientist-teams at the Yale and Columbia universities in cooperation with the World Economic Forum.
They compared 132 countries’ eco-systems and human-health situations in 2011 with those same countries in 1992.
The report warns that the population’s health, its air- and water-quality, its biodiversity, its ecosystems’ fuctioning, its agriculture- and fishing industries all have ‘seriously deteriorated’.
Yet with its population’s health at such horrific risks from its rapidly-deteriorating eco-system, the ANC regime still insists on pressing ahead with its disastrous R1-trillion-costing plan to build a string of nuclear power plants along its once so pristine coastline – starting in Jeffrey’s Bay – the world-famous ‘endless wave’ recorded in the surfers’ cult-movie ‘Endless Summer…’ The WEF analysis can be downloaded by first registering at: http://www.epi.yale.edu
International surfing community launches campaign to Stop Nuclear Plant at Jeffrey’s Bay, South Africa
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