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. Mkhize, 39, was home from a soccer match in the space expeditiously in the evening.
Colonel Thembeka Mbele, an agent for the KwaZulu-Natal police, asserted the manslaughter of a councilor. He was from Unit 6, where he was playing soccer when he got back. Was at this point in the vehicle and was a white Toyota Hilux with a how design. He was shot a couple of times. He passed on the spot."
"The vehicle was taken to the police base camp for extra assessment. Seven cartridges were found in the field, "Mubede said. For people of eThekwini, Nyawose imparted his passionate feelings to the Mkhize family, his affiliation, the African Public Congress, and the entire ward 103. Thulisa Ndlela of eThekwini of ANCYL said Mkhize's downfall staggered the young adult relationship as he had as of late begun his trip as a councilor.
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