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To look into the gruesome killing of Waterberg TVET College facilitator Sphiwe Patrick Zondo, Limpopo Province Provincial Commissioner of Police Lieutenant-General Thembi Hadebe has assembled a team of detectives.

On Saturday, a mob violence occurred at Mamaolo Village under the Lebowakgomo policing area in which the educator was killed.

The dead guy was accused of stealing stock, according to police.

An inquiry by the Lebowakgomo police showed that the victim, who was originally from Vryheid in Kwazulu Natal, frequently buys goats from the nearby villages and brings them back to his residence in Lebowakgomo" (KZN).

When he was spotted transporting many goats in a bakkie in Mamaolo, he was confronted by members of the community, according to Limpopo police spokesperson Brigadier Motlafela Mojapelo.

Having been dragged from the truck, the 43-year-old victim was viciously beaten before being set afire.

His car was also set on fire.

It has been instructed that the team find and prosecute those responsible for this heinous crime, according to Hadebe.

All community members are urged to help police identify and apprehend those responsible for the crimes, and to cooperate with them by providing any and all relevant information.

An investigation has been launched into the deaths of two people and the destruction of property.

Aziyangwizi Makadani, Sergeant Aziyangwizi Makadani, the Crime Stop number 08600 10111, the nearest police station, or the MySAPS App can be used to report any information, according to the police.

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