Bones of contention

Bones of contention

Graves have been robbed at Gordon's Bay and the destruction of the "coloured" section of the almost century-old graveyard has families demanding to know what the tomb-raiders have done with the human remains. Any discovery of human remains would have meant reversion to a national heritage site.

The blame is falling on former councillor Anthon Fuchs, private developer Anthony de la Fontaine and various Helderberg council officials.


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