Asithandile Hoko Obituary, Death – On November 7, the grandmother of a youngster who was missing in Sterkspruit was the last known living relative to see the boy alive. The skeletal bones of the youngster were discovered on the banks of the Silindini River on November 7th. The boy had just turned 13 years old at the time of his dying away; he had not yet reached his full life expectancy. In the month of November, members of the New Rest community were contacted by the authorities and asked to assist in the search for a young person who had been reported as being missing from the region.
Asithandile Hoko had left his residence on November 4, and he was reported missing on November 7 after he failed to return to his grandmother’s house after meeting his mother in the township of Thuntubele a few days earlier. Hoko had met his mother a few days earlier in the municipality of Thuntubele. Asithandile Hoko had been seen leaving his residence on November 4, and his disappearance was discovered on November 7. Asithandile Hoko had traveled to the community of Thuntubele a few days earlier in order to have a conversation with his mother. During this trip, he was able to see her.
According to Captain Ursula Roelofse, a representative for the local police department, the little kid was required to make two crossings of the Ezingwenyameni River when traveling to and from Thuntubele. This information was provided by Captain Ursula Roelofse. Up until last week, divers from the police department dove into the river and the region around it, looking for any sign of Asithandile, but they came up empty handed in their quest.
The South African Police Service expressed their gratitude in a statement by saying, “The South African Police Service would like to send their gratitude to every member of the police force and the community who aided in the hunt for Asithandile.”The skeleton of the deceased person was discovered on the banks of the Silindini River, close to where they had been discovered dead. During this trying time, we want the family to know that our thoughts and prayers are with them.