Beheaded body thought to be businessman
A PROMINENT Cape Town businessman is thought to have been kidnapped and decapitated.
Colleagues close to Infovest chief executive Robin Kemper‚ 50‚ said although official confirmation had not come from police‚ information they had, confirmed that Kemper had been murdered.
Yesterday, the SA Police Service said the body of a decapitated man had been found on Friday‚ but would not confirm if it was Kemper.
“The family are just waiting for the official details for the death certificate‚” long-time friend of Kemper and family spokesman Justin Wheatley said.
“They are distraught but they are a tight unit and have friends for support. We are reluctant to divulge any more information because we want a proper prosecution [of those responsible].”
Kemper‚ who was married and had two biological children and two stepchildren‚ was reported missing by his wife on Tuesday evening.
Police spokesman FC van Wyk‚ said that following the report a police investigation led to the arrest of two suspects – a 47-year-old man and a 32-year-old woman – who were detained and charged with kidnapping.