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New Information Relating To Senzo Meyiwa's Murder Could Put Kelly Khumalo In Trouble With The Law

Kelly Khumalo, a singer, might be charged with perverting the course of justice in the death of her partner, Senzo Meyiwa. That is if the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) decides to charge her once a current court case is completed. This comes after the brother of dead former Orlando Pirates goalie Senzo Meyiwa alleged that the five men on trial for his murder were framed.

The court case has been rescheduled until April 11th, seven years after Meyiwa died in 2014. The state and defense agreed on a trial date that ranged from April 11 to April 29, 2022. The trial will then take place from May 30 through June 17, 2022. The suspect, on the other hand, will be imprisoned indefinitely with no chance of release. Meyiwa's brother, Sifiso Meyiwa, stated immediately after the court's judgment that the five people accused of his brother's murder are being framed.

"In my judgment, the case should now be referred to the president. Because the country has lost trust in its government, the president must now step in. Initially, the police minister, Bheki Cele, agreed with us [on the genuine perpetrators] because we both knew them, but he has now said that it is these five people. I'm tremendously powerful because I'm a God-fearing man who believes in God and isn't afraid of anything." Meyiwa said. This scenario is becoming more difficult by the day.

Just when everyone believed the former Orlando Pirates goalkeeper had received justice, his brother enters the picture with a major twist. Now that I am in a position where I am unsure if the accused folks on trial in court are the real criminals, I am optimistic that the truth will be disclosed in due time. Please let us know what you think about this new development in the comment section below, do not forget to like, share and comment.

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