When is the repeat of cutting edge on sabc 1
This weeks Cutting Edge video is all about a community in Capetown where there was no easy access road to village and the villagers who got tired of such a situation started complaining.
The community of Mpindweni in the Eastern Cape is complaining of a lack of service delivery. There is no access road into the village, as a result, these men were forced to transport a dead body by carrying the corpse to the nearest mortuary, While children have to walk about 4 hours to school on a daily basis.
April 28 cutting edge was premiered on Tuesday, SABC 1
The previous episode of cutting edge was about a woman identified Nokuthula.
Nokuthula Mjekula, according to SABC1’s investigative journalism show – Cutting Edge, was thought to be dead after leaving her home back in 2016 for Capetown but allegedly resurrected from death.
Nokuthula left her hometown (Port Elizabeth) without informing her family after she allegedly felt neglected and abandoned by her family members.
Her disappearance left many stunned leading to a manhunt launched to locate her whereabouts.
The family could not locate Nokuthula until they were informed of a battered and bruised body of a woman who was found dead in the area.
The family went to the mortuary to identify the body but because it was badly injured, they couldn’t identify her face and skin. They made endless trips to the mortuary and her mom said it was her.
— Cutting Edge (@SABCCuttingEdge) April 28, 2020
#CuttingEdge what a horror. I have no reason to complain about my life. Like zero reason. Dear God I’m grateful for everything you have done for me.
Empindweni, people are really going through the most pic.twitter.com/OJN1ghtSO9
— Ureign Sport (@UreignSport) April 28, 2020
— Air-Max-Ow🇿🇦🕊●⁰° (@Sydney_025) April 28, 2020
Previously On Cutting Edge