Amazulu football club president and ANC part Sandile Zungu, focus in the white ANC shirt, at the home of killed councilor Minenhle Mkhize in Cliffdale yesterday. Picture: DOCTOR NGCOBO African News Agency (ANA) DURBAN - BUSINESSMAN and AmaZulu football club proprietor Sandile Zungu says the individuals who have moved toward him to represent the place of ANC KZN director have done as such on the grounds that they are aware of his battle accreditations and his association in administering party structures.
Date : 23/01/2022 People were left terrified after hearing the death of ANC councilor in Durban. Minenhle Mkhize was killed yesterday in Cliffdale near Umthombomuhle primary school around seven in the evening . He died a hail bullets and this has left many people terrified as they were not expecting this.
. An ANC councilor has died after being shot seven times outside his home in the Durban region on Saturday. Minenhle Mkhize of ward 103 in Nyuswa was attacked by unknown individuals as he parked his car at around 10pm. A source told Scrolla.Africa that the suspects tried to shoot Mkhize in the car windows, but no bullets were fired.
Minenhle Mkhize, ANC eThekwini ward 103 councillor, was shot and killed outside his home on Saturday evening. In last year's local government elections, he was elected as a councillor for ward 103. Botha's Hill, Assagay, and KwaSondela are part of the ward.
According to his party, Minenhle Mkhize, an ANC eThekwini ward councillor, was slain in a hail of gunfire on Saturday night. According to the family, one person approached him and shot him six or seven times. ANC Nhlakanipho Ntombela, a spokeswoman for KwaZulu-Natal, told news media.
Minenhle Mkhize, an ANC eThekwini ward 103 councilor, was shot dead outside his house on Saturday night. In last year's neighborhood elections, he was elected councilor of Region 103. Bota Slope, Asagei, and Kwasondella are all part of the region. Mkhize, 39, returned home from a soccer game in the area at 7:30 p.m.
It has really been a tough year already for the ANC party, as the members of the party are passing away and most of them are killed in brutal killings by people who are unknown and the reasons of their killing is always unknown. EThekwini Councillor Minenhle Mkhize was gunned down at his home in Clifdale, west of Durban on Saturday night.
EThekwini Municipality councilor Minenhle Mkhize, 39, is still embroiled in controversy over the shooting death of a eThekwini municipal councilor. Mkhize, a former Ward 103 councilor, was shot dead on Saturday night at his home in Cliffdale. Mkhize was also the ANC's chairperson in the area.
When will the killings come to an cease or be brought to an quit? This is a question to which one has up to now been not able to acquire any reasonable concrete reaction. Over the last few months, a upward push of politically inspired killings has reached apocalyptic proportions.
People will never stop dying because it is part of life and it is hard to accept that you have lost a loved one. Many have died due to COVID 19 and it is still affecting us today. It is a different situation when a person gets killed as answers will needed.
Several ANC councillors have arrived at the home of slain ANC councillor, Minenhle Mkhize. Other ANC members couldn't control themselves as they were spotted crying in disbelief of what has happened to their councillor. Mkhize was gunned down in a hail of bullets on Saturday night, his party has confirmed.
When will the killings reach a conclusion or be finished? This is an inquiry to which one has up until this point been not able to get any sensible substantial reaction. In the course of the most recent couple of months, an ascent of politically roused killings has arrived at prophetically catastrophic extents.
The province of KwaZulu-Natal has once being known for political killings, with politicians killing each other. Now with interference of law enforcement agencies, politicians and other structures, political killing was cooled down. Unfortunately today we are learning about another African National Congress leader who got killed.
Several African National Congress councillors in Kwa-Zulu Natal broke down in tears upon arriving at the homestead of slain fellow comrade. ANC councillor in the eThekwini Municipality was gunned down. The incident in which councillor Minenhle Mkhize was killed happened at his home in Clifdale, west of Durban Saturday night.
When will the killings reach a conclusion or be finished? This is an inquiry to which one has up until this point been not able to acquire any sensible substantial reaction. Throughout the most recent couple of months, an ascent of politically spurred killings has arrived at prophetically catastrophic extents.
Source: https://www.iol.co.za/dailynews/news/kwazulu-natal/newly-elected-anc-councillor-shot-dead-at-his-home-8aeffbac-8e1c-4ca4-bbbe-535515a181ac Minenhle Mkhize, a councilor of ANC eThekwini ward 103, was shot dead outside his home on Saturday night. He was picked councilor of Region 103 in last year's local races. The region consolidates Bota Slope, Asagei, and Kwasondella.
1KZNTV news posted on Twitter talking about mkhize's death. They said "An ANC councillor from EThekwini ward 103, Minenhle Mkhize, was shot dead on Saturday night outside his home in Cliffdale". SAfm news also posted on Twitter and said "An ANC councillor in the eThekwini Municipality has been gunned down.
Minenhle Mkhize, a councilor of ANC eThekwini ward 103, was shot dead outer his home on Saturday night. He was picked councilor of Region 103 in last year's local races. The region fuses Bota Slope, Asagei, and Kwasondella. Mkhize, 39, was home from a soccer match in the space quickly in the evening.
https://ewn.co.za/2022/01/24/kzn-ward-councillor-shot-dead-outside-his-home?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter DURBAN - There's been one more suspected politically spurred killing in KwaZulu-Natal. Councilor Minenhle Mkhize was shot dead external his home on Saturday. It's perceived that he was trapped by shooters after he got back from a soccer match.
When will the killings reach a conclusion or be finished? This is an inquiry to which one has up until this point been not able to get any sensible substantial reaction. Throughout the most recent couple of months, an ascent of politically roused killings has arrived at whole-world destroying extents.