The Sitofile family has not fully accepted the news of the death of their son who was shot dead last week.
Khanyisa Sitofile (29), who worked at the Philippi East Police Station, was shot dead in a car with two friends near a food shop near Yonela (Food Spot) in Samora Machel in the week on the 28th October 2020.
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According to the report, three men arrived and shot everyone in Mr Sitofile's vehicle and he was rushed to the nearest hospital.
He died at the hospital, two of whom are still receiving intensive care due to gunshot wounds to the eyes and leg.
While his colleagues were visiting his home, they sent words of condolence to the family.
They said Mr Sitofile was a humble man and valued his work.
His father Boyce Sitofile (59) has announced that he will be buried on November 14, 2020 in the Eastern Cape province of Ngqushwa in Bell village.
A memorial service will be held on Monday.
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