Eastern Cape Prime Minister Oscar Mabuyane has urged the police to arrest SinGwa Namhla Mtwa's Killer As Soon as possible.
On April 21, Mtwa was fatally shot in her automobile in Mthatha.
Her family claims they found a series of alarming messages on her phone, which has sparked national interest in the case.
On April 21, Mtwa, a 35-year-old municipal employee from OR Tambo, was shot nine times in her car on her way home from Sidwadwa in Mthatha.
She was discovered dead with gunshot wounds to her upper torso at the crime scene.
No one has been charged as a result of the incident.
After her family unlocked her cellphone and uncovered unsettling messages supposedly written by him, authorities have turned their attention to Bhekizulu, her 41-year-old businessman partner, according to News24.
On social media, members of the public have sworn to deal with the man themselves.
Bhekizulu told News24 on Sunday that citizens should let the police do their job and that he was not the person they should be looking for.
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Before hanging up, he declined to answer any further questions and said he was busy.
Bhekizulu was arrested in September 2018 for allegedly killing his employee Mxolisi Mthunjwa and critically injuring another, Thmebela Somana, on August 11.
On allegations of planned murder and attempted murder, the Ngqeleni Magistrate's Court in Mthatha granted the businessman R50,000 bail.
At the time of writing, National Tax Authority (NPA) spokesperson Luxolo Tyali was unable to clarify the progress of the court case.
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