British couple disappear from KZN farm


There is no sign of a British couple after they were last seen last weekend on a farm in KwaZulu-Natal, where they live.

Gillian Kathleen Dinnis (78) and her husband, Anthony John (74), are British who live on the farm Scottburgh in the Mooirivier area in KwaZulu-Natal. According to a reliable source involved in the case, three months ago a farm attack was reported on the very farm.

The source told RNews on condition of anonymity that the farm owner, who lives next to the couple on the farm, could not get hold of them at all on Sunday. The owner went looking for the couple again on Tuesday, but they were still on the loose.

The owner approached a local security company and they called the police.

On Tuesday, with the permission of the home owner, the police broke open the couple’s home.

“The couple were not in the house and the police did not notice anything out of the ordinary at the house. There were no signs of a struggle or forced entry into the house,” confirms the source.

“The couple’s vehicle is still on the farm.”

Col. Police spokesperson Robert Netshiunda confirmed that the couple had been reported missing to the police and a search for them was underway.

According to the police’s information, there are so far no clues as to the couple’s whereabouts.

“Anyone with more information that can help with the search can contact the police on 033 263 1122 or call the Stop Crime number on 08600 10111,” says Netshiunda.