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It’s all lies and shows how insensitive people can be,” Khoza said.She blamed the correctional officer for the exposé. The worst thing is that he couldn’t even explain why he did that,” Khoza said, adding that the family had not made contact with the correctional officer. “I sympathise with him because his parents are late (sic) and we were like his own family.I couldn’t believe it because I know my sister is a good woman,” Khoza said.
He said ‘only God knows’.” Khoza lashed out at the media. “She might have made a mistake, but I know she is a respectful and honest person. I am hurt, but I will leave everything to God.” The Commission for Gender Equality and Media Monitoring condemned the use of the explicit photos and questioned the way the story was covered.Still worried, Khoza went to her sister’s matrimonial home. Khoza added: “She said it’s not something she had planned and was full of regret, especially because she had put her mother and husband through a lot of pain.” The family was also disturbed at rumours on Tuesday that her sister had committed suicide.“We heard rumours that she tried to kill herself by taking pills.You have selected an article from the All Africa archive, which requires a subscription.
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National police spokesman Vishnu Naidoo condemned the police reservist for “embarrassing her colleagues” and “bringing the police into disrepute”, adding that publishing the pictures was “insensitive”, particularly as children had access to the newspaper.