Port Elizabeth – A Kimberly couple were forced to make an agonising decision to turn off the life-support system of their 19-year-old son, who was bludgeoned into a coma with a cricket bat during an apparent robbery at his student residence in Port Elizabeth.
Asadullah Ajimudin, a second -year computer science and applied mathematics student at the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University (NMMU), is from Kimberley where his parents, Fatima and Moulana Sajyid Jalal Ajimudin, reside.
He matriculated from Kimberley Boys’ High School two years ago.
His parents rushed to Port Elizabeth from Kimberley over the weekend following the attack. Asadullah was found lying in a pool of his own blood on a couch in the flat where he lived in Ben Viljoen Street, Summerstrand, at around 4am on Saturday.
Atlas Security operations manager, Monty Montgomery, told the DFA on Tuesday that security guards were alerted to the scene after the main