Veterinary doctor, Dr Natheem Jacobs, (27), has been stabbed to death at his Garlandale, Athole, home in Cape Town KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Friday, March 3, 2023

Veterinary doctor, Dr Natheem Jacobs, (27), has been stabbed to death at his Garlandale, Athole, home in Cape Town

Vet Dr Natheem Jacobs, (27), has been stabbed to death at his Garlandale, Athole, home in Cape Town. Intruders were trying to steal the wheels from his wife’s car, at about midnight, during loadshedding. 

He went out to check and was stabbed to death.

Jacobs was stabbed in the chest after confronting the thieve and died on his way to hospital.

Jacobs was the son-in-law of Western Province Rugby Football Union deputy president Moneeb Levy, who said in a Facebook post: “May the Almighty grant my son-in-law Mogamat Natheem Jacobs a high abode in Jannah Ameen … and place Sabr in the heart of my daughter Iman and all family … please keep us in your du’ahs.”

A next-door neighbour and friend of the vet who had witnessed the commotion said: “It was (at) about midnight when I ran out.

“I woke up after hearing a scuffle and a loud metal sound which later I saw came from a baseball bat hitting the ground.

“Before running out, I looked through the window and noticed a figure running past our house. I then quickly put on some clothes and ran out but by the time that I got outside, during that moment, someone was screaming ‘call an ambulance’.

“The victim was lying on the side of the road. I called the police, but his brother came and took him to the hospital. I think he passed away on their way there,” said the neighbour, who chose to remain anonymous.

I really enjoyed supervising and working with Dr Jacobs, and I was so proud of him as one of the new generation of Muslim vets,” said Dr Banderker, a member of the Cape of Good Hope SPCA.

The SPCA extends its heartfelt condolences to his wife Imaan and his parents, Mrs Zulykha and Mr Ridwaan Jacobs, and hopes that they find comfort in knowing that his dedication to his work and compassion for animals will live on in the SPCA’s hearts forever.

“He will be remembered through every animal that comes through our doors, and his dedication to their welfare will keep reminding us why we can never give up the fight against animal cruelty,” said the organisation.

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