PORT ELIZABETH, SOUTH AFRICA, May 7 – Police in South Africa’s Eastern Cape Province are on the hunt for three women who allegedly raped a man in this city.
The same gang is suspected of raping a man in Tembisa in Johannesburg. The gang of women rapists has apparently struck again in a different province.
Eastern Cape police are hot on the heels of three armed women who allegedly raped a 33-year-old man at Kwazakhele in Port Elizabeth. Police say the three suspects, who were driving a black BMW car, stopped the victim, pretending to need directions.
Police spokesperson Mncedi Mbombo said here Wednesday that one of the women allegedly pointed a gun at the man and made him get into the vehicle, where he was forced to drink a certain liquid and engage in sex.
Mbombo said: “Yesterday (Tuesday), at about 8 o’clock in the morning, a 33-year-old male was raped by three females in an open space in Kwazakhele. We ask anyone who can give us information in connection with this incident to contact New Brighton police station.”
In March this year, a man from Tembisa on Gauteng’s East Rand said he was raped, also by three women in a BMW.