Man accused of raping woman at COVID-19 quarantine facility to apply for bail

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Clinton Hartnick was arrested earlier this month in connection with the crime.

CAPE TOWN – The bail application of a man accused of raping a woman at a COVID-19 quarantine and isolation facility in Mossel bay is expected to be heard on Monday.

Clinton Hartnick was arrested earlier this month in connection with the crime.

He worked as a cleaner at the facility.

Hartnick will today make a second court appearance.

He’s accused of sexually assaulting a woman at the quarantine and isolation facility earlier this month.

It’s understood that the 20-year-old woman was in her room when she was attacked.

Meanwhile, in the Eastern Cape, a man has spent the weekend behind bars in connection with the rape of a child in Nqeleni.

The 11-year-old child went missing last week – her mother eventually found her at the suspect’s home.

The child then told her mother she’d been attacked.

Her alleged attacker is expected in the dock today.

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