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PUBLIC NOTICE FOR UNKNOWN GRAVES IN THOKOZA SCHOEMAN CEMETERY

Families of deceased persons that were buried at Thokoza, Schoemans Cemetery in block A4, on 29 September 1990 are requested to come forward to identify the graves of their relatives.
The following are the grave numbers that must be identified and registered to the deceased persons;

  *   965/2 (1022
  *   966/2(1023)
  *   967/2 (2024)
  *   968/2 (1025)
  *   969/2 (1026)
Normally, graves are registered and linked to the deceased a few days before or after burial, but due to violence in Thokoza at that time, records were not updated.
The affected families are urged to come forward and assist in solving the matter at the same time updating the municipal records.
For more information, members of the community can contact Ruth Mosia on 011 999 0290.

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