Sickening! Free State father caught red-handed by wife raping their daughter

How stomach-churning is this? A Free State father was caught red-handed raping his 16-year-old daughter.

BUT WAIT… IT GETS EVEN WORSE..

And it gets even worse! The 41-year-old father was caught red-handed by his wife, who walked in on this.

Police spokesperson Captain Stephen Thakeng said the daughter had just arrived home from school when her father raped her.

“On the 21 February 2022, at about 14:30, the 16-year-old girl went to her bedroom to change out of her school uniform.

“Her father entered the bedroom, undressed, and forced the daughter on the bed before raping her. While he was busy, his wife walked in,” he said.

The wife asked him what he was doing. He never responded and just dressed.

THE MOTHER WALKED IN ON THIS

The incident was reported to Winburg Police Station.

Police arrested the 41-year-old father and are now investigating a case of rape.

He is expected to appear soon in the Winburg Magistrate Court.

THE FATHER WAS ARRESTED AND CHARGED WITH RAPE

Police minister Bheki Cele recently released the latest crime statistics for the period between October and the end of December 2021.

A SHOCKING total of 11,273 women were raped during the period.

The total number of rape cases for men and women over that period was 11,315.

Although the number was staggeringly high, Cele said sexual offence and rape cases had decreased by 9%.

“This is a decrease of 903 rape cases compared to the previous reporting period. All nine provinces recorded decreases in rape cases,” said Cele.

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WHAT SHOULD YOU DO IF YOU HAVE BEEN SEXUALLY ASSAULTED?

Your first instinct might be to wash or change your clothes. Instead, get to a safe place as soon as possible. This could be the nearest hospital, a police precinct or even a home of someone you trust.

Call the police immediately and go to your local police precinct to report the crime. Ask for a criminal investigation to begin.
Head to your local hospital for immediate medical care. There they will check for injury and prevent sexually transmitted infections and pregnancy.
You will be fully examined and samples will be taken. This includes nail clippings, genital and mouth swabs, and possibly undergarments.
It will be here where they will collect evidence. For the purposes of evidence collection, try to avoid showering, combing your hair, or changing your clothes before going to the hospital.
A rape kit is used with a serial number on it. The rape kit is provided by the police officer involved in the case. The serial number of the rape kit is linked to your case number.
The doctor is required to reseal all evidence as well as sealing the box. This is handed from police to doctor, and doctor to police to maintain the chain of evidence.
The box is then handed over to the police who will assist you in obtaining what is called a J88 form. This form is a legal document that the medical doctor who examined you should complete describing all injuries noted.
It is important now more than ever to have support, so tell someone you trust who can support and assist you. You can also visit the rape crisis program for crisis intervention or support groups. There are also a number of 24-hour hotlines that you can call at any time for assistance.
The common assault reporting follows a similar process.
Seek medical assistance immediately and do not change clothes, wash, or clean wounds. As with sexual assault, the doctor will make notes and diagrams of your injuries, also on a J88 form

South African Police Service

In a case of domestic violence or sexual assault, the South African Police Service will help you find medical attention, shelter and victim counselling.

The SAPS emergency number is 10111

People Opposed to Woman Abuse (Powa)

Powa provides counselling, over the phone and in person, and provide temporary shelter. They also provide legal help to women who have experienced violence.

Tel: 011 642 4345

E-mail: [email protected]

Childline South Africa

Childline South Africa helps abused children and their families with a free counselling service. The non-profit organisation deals with physical and sexual abuse, substance abuse, behavioural problems and trafficking as well as gives legal advice.

Toll-free helpline: 0800 055 555

Child Welfare South Africa

Child Welfare South Africa focuses on child protection, child care and family development. You can also report neglect and child abuse.

Tel: 074 080 8315

Tears Foundation

TEARS Foundation provides access to crisis intervention, advocacy, counselling, and prevention education services for those impacted by domestic violence, sexual assault and child sexual abuse.

Free SMS helpline: *134*7355#

Tel: 010 590 5920

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