FULL PHOTOS: More pictures of suspended Stellenbosch white student, Theuns Du Toit, who urinated on black student's Babalo Ndwayana's belongings REVEALED KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Wednesday, May 18, 2022

FULL PHOTOS: More pictures of suspended Stellenbosch white student, Theuns Du Toit, who urinated on black student's Babalo Ndwayana's belongings REVEALED

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that more pictures of suspended Stellenbosch white student, Theuns Du Toit have been revealed. 

"Reconciliation" talks are planned between the two families caught up in the Stellenbosch University urination incident, the fathers of the two students told News24.

"There are definitely going to be talks," said Rudi du Toit, a wine farmer from Worcester, after his son, Theuns, was caught on camera urinating on the desk of fellow student Babalo Ndwayana in the Huis Marais residence over the weekend. "Call it reconciliation," the wine farmer said.

A date and venue had not been set yet, but Du Toit senior said he and his son wanted to do it. 

A screenshot from the video of Stellenbosch University student Theuns du Toit urinating on a black student's desk and belongings.
A screenshot from the video of Stellenbosch University student Theuns du Toit urinating on a black student's desk and belongings.
Image: screenshot

The SA Human Rights Commission (SAHRC) has confirmed it will investigate Theuns du Toit for violating a fellow student’s rights when he urinated on his belongings, as more than 85,000 people have called for his expulsion from Stellenbosch University.

On Tuesday the SAHRC’s Andre Gaum told Newsroom Afrika the commission had received two complaints against the law student at its Western Cape office.

“The commission decided to investigate the matter as on the face of it, or prima facie, it appears the violation of the affected student’s rights have taken place. If these allegations are true, this was an atrocious and despicable incident.

“The facts needs to be determined by the commission first, and we call on everyone to wait for the commission to conclude its investigation so we can establish exactly what the facts are,” he said.

Gaum said the commission was attempting to contact the victim, Babalo Ndwayana.

He said the commission’s investigation would include assessing the video footage of the incident, the source of the video and testimony from Ndwayana and Du Toit.

Du Toit is accused of entering Ndwayana’s room at the Huis Marais residence and urinating on his books, laptop and desk in the early hours of Sunday morning. A video of the incident is circulating on social media.

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