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THE man who was killed and mutilated in Bolobedu-Bolobathaba outside Tzaneen will finally be buried with all his body parts.
Phetole Mnizo Mohale, 40, of Kgwekgwe-Matsebeleng, was killed on Saturday last week.
Mohale's missing body parts have been recovered. The parts were found by residents who had launched a massive search for them since his body was found on Monday.
Limpopo police spokes-person Superintendent Mohale Ramatseba yesterday confirmed the discovery and said the parts would form part of investigations.
A resident, who took part part of the voluntary search, said the parts were found hanging from the branches of a tree and others were scattered on the ground near the scene.
"We found the penis, toes from one foot, chest and fingers and handed them to the police," said the residents who wished to remain anonymous.
Mohale's funeral was earlier delayed delayed because of the missing body parts.
Family spokesperson Masilo Vonyoko Maloko said the family had now set tomorrow for the funeral.
Maloko said the family was poor and had no funds to give their father a dignified send-off.
"Through assistance from other villages such as Thako, Moleketla, Khefolwe, Kgwekgwe Matsebeleng and Tokone we will be able to give him a dignified funeral like anyone else," Maloko said.
The suspects, two men and a woman aged between 34 and 39, will appear in the Tzaneen magistrate's court today for murder.
The other suspect, Shakwane Sebopetsa, 28, was found hanging from the rafters of his bedroom.