Muzikayise Malephane, the convicted killer of Tshegofatso Pule, lived a "gangster lifestyle," according to the Gauteng High Court in Johannesburg. Malephane was re-examined by the State on Friday in the trial of Ntuthuko Shoba, the alleged mastermind in Pule's murder. Malephane claimed that he and the accused agreed on R70 000 for Pule's murder during his turn on the witness stand.
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NTUTHUKO SHOBA FINALLY GIVES IN After denying his involvement in the brutal murder of Tshegofatso Pule, Ntuthuko Shoba has finally conceded defeat after CCTV footage places him at the scene. Link: The slain murder of Tshegofatso Pule in 2020 was one that captured many people's attention.
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After the police informed him that the suspected mastermind, Ntuthuko Shoba, had handed them CCTV evidence, Tshegofatso Pule's killer decided to reveal the truth about the events of 4 June 2020. Muzikayise Malephane, a key State witness who acknowledged to killing Pule on Shoba's orders, was being questioned about contradictory statements he made to police after his detention regarding Pule's death.
Nobody is surprised to see Chris Brown driving Lamborghinis or other supercars, but while they're all noteworthy, we're going to focus on something a little more unusual: his custom Rezvani Tank, which looks out of this world. But it was only there to replace a faulty bumper.
Muzikayise Malephane, Tshegofatso Pule's convicted killer, was grilled in front of the South Gauteng High Court in Johannesburg on Wednesday about why he had not been honest and lied when he first issued a police statement after being detained in 2020. Ntuthuko Shoba's murder trial is already in its third day, and he is accused of masterminding the assassination of his former lover by hiring Malephane to murder her.
27 January 2022 It seems like only yesterday when a viral video of a young man went viral after he had just bought luxury cars worth R11 million at once. That was back in May 2020 when everyone was panicking about their livelihoods due to the pandemic. Amongst the cars were three Porsches, a Lamborghini and a Jeep SUV.
A council member of Mogalakwena's ANCled community has approved the purchase of up to R700,000 worth of vehicles for big wigs as service offerings in the region collapse. The Democratic Alliance of Limpopo (DA) said it opposed this "exorbitant spending" and the local government's "explicit disregard for service delivery."
After a heist on the N7 today morning, dozens of people rushed to the scene of an armed robbery to seize stacks of cash scattered across the pavement. During a dramatic cash-in-transit heist in Cape Town, police initiated a manhunt for an unknown number of suspects who fled with an undetermined quantity of cash.
Affluent young businessman Hamilton Ndlovu has once again grabbed the front page newspaper headlines. Ndlovu is one of the biggest beneficiaries in the PPE scandal after raking in excess of R170m from irregularly awarded contracts by the NHLS. The report revealed that nine companies awarded PPE contracts “made payments to Ndlovu’s account and these payments were diverted to Hamilton Holdings, as well as Feliham [owned by Ndlovu’s fiancée].”
The family of a Durban Tvet College student, whose body was found lying on the side of the road with bruises on his neck, has relied on the police to do their job. The family of Sibusiso Buthelezi, a graduate of Civil Engineering, are mourning the brutal killing of a member and wishing justice, and the killers arrested.
Muzikayise Malephane The murder trial of the slain Tshegofatso Pule continued on Tuesday in court . The family , friends and those who sympathize with the fmily had an opportunity to to hear some of the things that took place before the 28 year old and pregnant woman died . One of the highlights on Tuesday as revealed by eNCA was the confession of the convicted hit-man , Muzikayise Malephane .
The murder trial of Tshegofatso Pule is expected to resume in court on Tuesday the 25th of January after it was adjourned until then .There is an expectation for the State to have 16 witnesses called to the witness stand . The matter getting to that position of a trial was reported to be a relief for the Pule family after had taken a long while .The family had been waiting for a long time to get the answers they needed .It was not the end of the road following the plea by Muzikayise Maphelane who has since been convicted and serving his sentence .On Monday , the first witness reportedly took to the stand .She has a summer hat and sunglasses .The witness was a friend to Tshegofatso and they had reportedly known each other for a while .Shereportedly went iinto detail regarding the cellphone messages .that took place before she passed away .It was alleged in the report that Tshegofatso had received some threats from a lady telling her to leave her man .
Tshegofatso Pule was eight months pregnant when she was murdered. Her body was found hanging from a tree. Her boyfriend Ntuthuko Shoba is currently on trial for her murder. On Monday, Pule's friend Tshepiso Tsita appeared in the high court in Johannesburg as a witness.
CAPE TOWN - Suspects bombed a cash-in-transit vehicle along the N7 on-ramp in Cape Town on Tuesday which led to a frenzy on the busy road as bystanders swarmed the cash van and began taking the money that spilled onto the road. The scene unfolded before the eyes of motorists before 7 pm as police managed to arrest four suspects.
By Jessica Arendse Social media videos are trending following a cash in transit heist that took place in Glenwood, Good wood on Tuesday. People who witnessed the incident helped themselves to loads of cash left behind while the robbers fled the scene after setting off a bomb explosion, to the cash in transit vehicle. (see video below) Glenwood Neighbourhood Watch deputy chairperson Jas Visser stated that it was an “absolute disgrace” how the public acted during the heist and disturbing to see the way onlookers
Tshegofatso Pule was purportedly almost baited to an area as far as anyone can tell a proposal of business seven days before her demise, the Johannesburg High Court heard on Monday. The story had been trending all over social media and had made news headlines. The primary observer in the preliminary against supposed brains, Ntuthuko Shoba - in her declaration - managed texts and calls to Pule tricking her to an area allegedly a proposal of business.
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