The accused first appeared in the Stellenbosch Magistrate’s Court yesterday and was released on $ 1,000 bail.

CAPE TOWN – A Stellenbosch University student arrested on two counts of rape will return to court next month.

The accused first appeared in the Stellenbosch Magistrate’s Court yesterday and was released on $ 1,000 bail.

He was detained by police on Wednesday.

Maties campus management stressed that there was absolutely no place for acts of violence in our society or on our campuses.

A spokesman for the National Prosecutor’s Office (NPA), Eric Ntabazalila, stated that the accused was not allowed to contact the applicant.

“The NPA can confirm that a Stellenbosch University student has appeared in the Stellenbosch Magistrate’s Court. His case has been adjourned to June 29 for further investigation.”

Vice-Vice-Chancellor for Strategy, Global and Corporate Affairs, Professor Hester Kloper: “As a university community, we are deeply saddened to learn of the alleged rape case on our Stellenbos campus. As a leadership, we condemn all forms of crime and all human rights violations, including gender-based violence in its strongest form. ”

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