Horrific details emerge in murder case of Clanwilliam teacher, Allison Plaatjies

She said she believed Plaatjies had fought to the end, despite being small in stature.
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Horrific details have emerged about how a Clanwilliam teacher in the Western Cape was allegedly murdered by her boyfriend, who has reportedly confessed to the crime.

Allison Plaaitjies was stabbed to death and her body was found inside her Katjiepiering Street flat last Sunday night.

There was no sign of forced entry and Plaatjies’ throat was slit.

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Rapport has reported that Plaatjies had allegedly been strangled by her boyfriend, Phillip April before he tried to behead her using three different knives. One of the knives apparently broke in her neck, the newspaper reported.

According to the publication, the accused is said to have made a confession to police.

Plaatjies’ aunt Lizel had to identify her niece’s body and detailed the wounds that she suffered, which included bite marks to her face and a cut on her chin.

She said she believed Plaatjies had fought to the end, despite being small in stature.

April and Plaatjies met while studying education at the Cape Peninsula University of Technology and started dating.

Plaatjies is said to have ended her relationship earlier in October and on the day of her disappearance, she was going to a party.

April has been charged with murder, car theft and defeating the ends of justice. He is expected to apply for bail in the local magistrate’s court on November 13.

More: news24

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