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DURBAN – A 24-year-old standard pioneer was killed at his Nkandla home on Wednesday evening.
Police delegate, Colonel Thembeka Mbele said police dealt with a manslaughter complaint at Mpotholo district in Nkandla, where Ibambabukhosi Mzomuhle Zondi, was mortally shot by dark people outside his home.
"He upheld gunfire wounds on the head, mid-area and leg. The reasoning in the killing is dark. The Nkandla police are investigating a case of manslaughter."
As shown by Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs (Cogta), Zondi was a person from the Zondi Traditional Council.
Cogta MEC Sipho Hlomuka rebuked the manslaughter and called for law approval associations to examine each chance as they continued looking for the offenders.
"We are loads of the neighborhood might have information that could help law approval associations to approach so those reliable can face value," said Hlomuka.
The MEC sent feelings to the gathering of Zondi's family and to the Zondi Traditional Community.
"Senior specialists from the division have been dispatched to offer assistance to the family during this inconvenient period."
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