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Juandré Kidson, 29, a money manager, his significant other, Johanette, and their one-year-old little girl were making a trip home from Rustenburg to Brits on May 7 when their vehicle tires were penetrated by rocks put out and about.

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Kidson had to head over to change the tire.

Addressing IOL this week, Juandré sibling, Marco, said their family was crushed.

Marco said the local area helped collect the cash to track down his sibling's executioner.

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Marco said Johanette, who had been shot in the shoulder, has been recuperating.

He said the three suspects had attempted to remove his niece.

Marco expressed that on May 12, a R50 000 award was offered and it has since expanded to R90 000.

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He said his sibling's burial service would occur this week.

Constable Lindiwe Mabasa, of Akasia police headquarters, affirmed an instance of homicide had been opened.

She said that when police showed up on the scene, they had tracked down the driver of a green Audi dead. He had been shot on different occasions.

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Johanette Juandré Kidson


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