The toddlers, both aged three, were lured into bushes close to their homes, where they were allegedly sodomised by two other boys, aged eight and 10 years old, on Saturday.
The little ones have been taken to Karl Bremer Hospital where doctors confirmed the sexual assault.
Their traumatised mothers say although they have made a case at Delft Police Station, detectives have yet to contact them.
One of the mothers says what is most shocking is that the young attackers knew exactly what they were doing.
“Our children were sharing a big packet of chips and sat outside as they usually do,” she says.
“According to them, one of these older boys grabbed their chips and they followed in an attempt to get the chips back.
“They were then told to walk with the boys to the bush and that’s where they pulled off their pants and put their penises in our boys’ bums.”
One of the victims’ fathers says his son could tell him exactly what happened and also identified their rapists.
The little boys led the Daily Voice to a makeshift shack hidden in the bushes.
“Die is waar hulle my broek afgetrek het and made ougat with me,” one of the victims said.
His 59-year-old grandmother says she usually looks after the boys when they play outside, but at the time of the attack, she went inside to get dressed.
“I went to get dressed because I was planning to visit my son. I bought chips for all the children I look after and when I was done, I noticed two of the boys were missing.
“Another little boy came running to tell me ‘hulle maak ougat in die bos’ and later my grandchild and his friend appeared. I didn’t take it seriously and went to visit my son.”
The ouma says when she returned, her grandson told her what happened to him in the bush.
“He is very vocal and clever, he told me step by step what happened to him. I raised the alarm with their parents and we got them to point out who did it.
“The boys were taken to Karl Bremer Hospital where the doctor confirmed that they were sodomised,” the ouma says.
She says they were examined and given a month’s supply of anti-retrovirals.
“We got this medicine for them to prevent them from getting Aids.”
The traumatised mothers say officers of Delft SAPS failed them.
“We gave our statements on Saturday, it’s Tuesday and nobody has followed up.”
Police did not respond to queries.