A young man from Ga-chuene, Leshikishiki, outside Polokwane, has accused his uncle and grandmother of plotting and murdering his father. He admitted unequivocally that they were involved in the murder of his father, who died the previous year.
Sello Lebang is his name, and he injured his uncle with a cutting edge during a battle when he confronted them. Emergency services were dispatched to the scene to handle the situation. The paramedics arrived swiftly and transported him to the medical center, where he succumbed to his injuries.
Sello is on the run from the police in Lebowakgomo, who are searching for him everywhere so he can deal with the infringement against his family members; it is highly likely that he has been carrying this in his heart since recently and has figured out a means to achieve his payback.
Because the suspect may have lately chosen another day to face the uncle, the police are now enabling anyone with information about his whereabouts to approach so he can be apprehended and taken to juvenile prison.
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