JOHANNESBURG – A 10-year-old girl from a primary school in Soweto told the High Court, which sat Monday at the Court of the Palm Ridge court, that the learned patrol, Johannes Molefe accused of rape and the molestation of dozens of schoolgirls, her model for him he made sense of her and another child.
The pupil of group four told the court that the modeling and subsequent attacks took place on different days during their lunch break.
Molefe is confronted with three charges of rape and 11 of sexual assault that he reportedly committed in 2017.
The ten-year-old girl said that she had passed on the incidents to her teacher, who in turn told her to tell the head, Maria Mthimkhulu. The 10-year-old said the director asked teachers to collect all children who complained that they had been attacked by Molefe in the computer room.
Defense lawyer Lumka Xoxo tried to identify contradictions in the child's testimony, where her friend told the court earlier that she had not seen Molefe touch her breast and that the incident was in the waiting room and not at the back of it.
Xoxo explained it to the ten-year-old girl who accused the schoolchildren & # 39; Mkhulu & # 39; mentioned, accusations denied that he caressed their breasts and private parts
"I say Mkhulu is lying, he can even ask the whole school," replied the 10-year-old schoolgirl.
The test continues. The next witness was expected to testify with the camera.
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