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Facial reconstruction is used in an attempt to identify an individual by a three dimensional representation of the facial features using the skull as the foundation after metrical and non-metrical analysis to determine age, race and gender. The skeletonized remains of a female who was reported missing six years previously were recovered from the summit of… (More)
Ritual or muti murders are a form of human sacrifice practised by some African tribes. The murder is carried out after body parts are removed while the victim is still alive. This case report describes the methods of identification of a young child who was murdered by a traditional healer (isangoma) in Cape Town, and the practice of the traditional healer.
On April 11, 2001, approximately 80,000 spectators tried to cram into Ellis Park Stadium, Johannesburg, South Africa, a venue with capacity for around 60,000 people, for a premier league soccer match between the two most popular teams in Johannesburg. Less than 4,000 tickets had been presold. The ensuing crush disaster, in which 43 spectators were killed,… (More)