TWO bodies, those of a female and male (mother and son), were discovered in a house in Cortyne Avenue, Mondeor..
According to Mondeor SAPS they were called to the house and on their arrival they found the gate was closed but not locked. They entered the house and found the bodies, both in a decomposed state.
The deceased were identified by the daughter of the dead mother.
The cause of death is unknown and the police are investigating.
In another story,
East London spearfisherman and businessman Johan Stone, 49, has died while spearfishing in Mozambique.
He did not surface from a dive in the bay of Zavora near the city of Inhambane last Tuesday.
The body of Stone, who was also an underwater hockey player, was recovered on Tuesday by divers.
His longtime friend, Justin Lindsay called the Dispatch at 8pm on Tuesday to say: “Johan’s body was found at midday by divers on a boat. They spotted his body floating. It was positively identified by his friends, Tony Swart, and Adrian Barichievy, who went on the trip with him. He was still in his full diving kit, with his weight-belt on. It’s highly likely he blacked out underwater.”
“This whole situation is devastating for his family and friends, but the fact that his body has been found has brought closure.”