HOW DID SENZO MEYIWA DIE?
Senzo Meyiwa is accepted to have been killed in a furnished burglary at the home of his then-sweetheart Kelly Khumalo's mother, in Vosloorus on 26 October 2014.
Who was at the house when Senzo was killed?
Her mother Ntombi
Kelly's sister Zandie
Zandie's then-sweetheart Longwe Twala
Kelly's two kids - Christian and Thingo
Senzo's two companions - Mthokozisi Thwala and Tumelo Madlala
Five contract killers - Muzikawukhulelwa S'Tembu Sibiya, Bongani Sandiso Ntanzi, Mthobisi Prince Mncube, Mthokoziseni Ziphozonke Maphisa and Fisokuhle Ntuli were captured and charged subsequent to being blamed for killing Senzo. Nonetheless, the soccer star's sibling Sfiso didn't completely accept that the men were the ones to kill his sibling.
Every one of the TWISTS AND TURNS IN THE COURTROOM
The homicide preliminary of Senzo started in April 2022 however had been deferred. Senzo's homicide preliminary will presently occur on 30 May. Here is a recap of what went down in the court.
Kelly sent her legal counselor Magdalene Moonsamy to court to lead a watching brief for her. Be that as it may, she was pardoned from the court on 25 April.
State observer Sergeant Thabo Mosia, who is accepted to be the principal measurable criminal investigator to show up to the crime location took to the stand on 26 April. He uncovered that he didn't completely accept that the crime location had not been messed with before he showed up on the scene.
Advocate Malesela Teffo made it known that the DNA found in the suspect's cap had a place with a female.
Advocate Teffo - who was addressing four of the five men blamed for killing Senzo - was emphatically captured in court on 28 April. He was supposedly captured on the grounds that he neglected to appear for another case, however he asserted Cele didn't need him working on it.
A critical observer in the homicide preliminary - Brigadier Philani Ndlovu was affirmed dead by police in May.
Source: The South African
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