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20 Oct 2017
10:49 am

Jordaan nowhere to be seen or heard as second woman alleges rape

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The former Nelson Mandela Bay mayor is yet to respond to allegations of rape, which have now come from two women.

Safa president Danny Jordaan (Photo by Sydney Seshibedi/Gallo Images)

By Friday, two days after former ANC MP and singer Jennifer Ferguson wrote about her experience of sexual assault at the hands of Safa president Danny Jordaan, he has not been available to comment on the serious allegation.

Ferguson said another woman had sent her messages about how she too had allegedly been raped by Jordaan. The woman was not ready to come forward publicly, Ferguson told HeraldLIVE.

“Just yesterday I got a message from somebody who experienced the same thing with him.

“I don’t know if she will be ready to disclose … a relative of somebody in a very high position. It’s a big step to step out.”

According to Times LIVE, Jordaan was not at his Eastern Cape home, and was not responding to phone calls, texts or messages for comment.

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