Justice beckons for little Twané

Five years after electrocution tragedy, Bay municipality enters into settlement agreement to pay portion of bereaved family’s proven damages claim

Every time he thinks about his little sister’s death by electrocution, a Helenvale teenager’s heart starts racing, he sweats uncontrollably and battles to breathe. 

The youngster, his parents and grandmother, have all suffered severe mental trauma after the horrific manner in which three-year-old Twané Booysen died. ..

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