Recently, a man died because of an attack by a lion at the Gauteng game reserve. He was mauled to death by lions. The victim’s name was Johannes Matshe. He was attacked by lions at the Dinokeng Game Reserve in Gauteng. This incident occurred on 14th August 2023, Monday. He was an employee at one of the properties on the reserve. The story of this case has been widely discussed on the internet right now. People are really shocked after listening about this news but many people are really not aware of the whole incident. So in this article, we are going to tell you the whole story of this case so let’s start.
Dinokeng Game Reserve Incident
A man named Johannes Matshe was mauled to death by lions. This incident occurred at the Dinokeng Game Reserve in Gauteng. And this incident happened on 14th August 2023, Monday. He was an employee at one of the properties on the reserve. So according to the reports, he was walking on the premises on a Wednesday night at that time he got attacked by the lions. The reserve spokesperson named hartogh Streicher said that the operations manager responded to a report about human remains at around 10:37 on 14th August 2023, Monday.
Right now, on the internet, some pictures are circulating that show the remains. The photos include a skull and a leg bone with a shoe attached. The family of the victims were currently in a devastating situation and they even didn’t get a chance to meet him even once before he was attacked by lions. The family of Matshe is currently mourning the loss and they don’t have any words to express their feelings regarding the loss of their family member. This incident indicates to us the danger of wild animals. Lions are really dangerous wild animals. Their hunting pattern is really scary and they can attack a normal prey species.
A spokesperson from Gauteng police named Colonel DImakatso claimed that the Hammanskraal SAPS are investigating this case and they are going to give the reports soon. Sources say, that the landowners are asked for help just to manage fellow landowners and guests. Streicher claimed, Blaming the management of Lions was responsible for this incident and no decision has been reached on whether it become drastically dangerous. But yes the reserve is receiving expert advice to make the responsible decision possible for all the concerned. More information regarding this case will be disclosed very soon.