A girl who worked as a nanny for Graham and Lauren Dickason’s three kids when the family mild lived in South Africa sooner than transferring to Recent Zealand has expressed her pain at their murders.
“I’m so torn aside in consequence of these kids they weak to like me so significant and I weak to like that family so significant. I’m speechless,” Mandy Sibanyoni acknowledged to Jacaranda FM.
Two-year-extinct twins Karla and Maya and their six-year-extinct sister, Liane possess been realized dull by their father, Graham Dickason on Thursday night when he returned from his new job as an orthopaedic surgeon.
His wife, a frequent practitioner has been charged with the kids’s murders and looked sooner than the Timaru District Court docket on Saturday, 18 September 2021.
Dickason triple cancel: Ex-nanny devastated tragedy
Sibanyoni, who cared for the kids in their Pretoria home, acknowledged she is mild coming to phrases with the news and wonders what went unfriendly with Lauren Dickason.
“I’m loyal asking myself one are waiting for – what went unfriendly? Lauren never had something like a grudge or something, I repeatedly seen her with a smile on her face. Even the husband, a smile on his face, even the kids. So, I’m torn aside,” she told the Gauteng radio keep.
“The relationship with the mum and father used to be so honest. They possess been this form of loving family for me and my family also and with the girl, every little thing went successfully. We weak to transfer positioned along with the a lot of prolonged families. It used to be good. No unfriendly sides of the Dickason’s that I know. I handiest know that they are a loving and caring family, repeatedly glad,”
It comes as Rapport not too long previously cited a offer as announcing Lauren Dickason had stopped taking chronic treatment to ensure her emigration utility to Recent Zealand used to be a hit.
The Dickason family moved to Recent Zealand in August and spent two weeks in vital quarantine. That they had lived in Pretoria.
Lauren Dickason: ‘I’m torn aside’ – family’s ex-nanny speaks out