Kameeldrift farm attack: Naka Drotske discharged after 37 days in hospital

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Kameeldrift farm attack: Naka Drotske discharged after 37 days in hospital

Naka Drotske, after 37 days in hospital, has been discharged and is at home. This after being shot during a farm attack in Kameeldrift.

The farm attack took place on a smallholding in Kameeldrift, Pretoria on Thursday 29 November 2018. Springbok hooker Naka Drotske was visiting his brother Tinus Drotske and having a braai with Os du Randt and Tinus girlfriend, Nadia Duvenhage Jooste.

At least three attackers invaded the home as they were locking the doors and a confrontation took place on the veranda. During the struggle Naka Drotske was shot three times.

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