Police in Free State have gotten the effective capture of nine men who were supposedly engaged with the homicide of Themba Petrus Pali during an anarchy assault, it's supposed they blamed the casualty for taking their possessions.
As indicated by the saps news report, yesterday 3 January 2021 at around 17:00 pm police were called to a scene at Kgoptjane segment of Bolata Village in Qwaqwa, upon their appearance they found the perished group of 25-year-old Themba Petrus Pali lying on the ground close to a Primary School with a few wounds on his body which he supported from the disorder assault.
The casualty was proclaimed dead by Emergency Medical Service, as per witnesses it is asserted that the casualty was with his cousin at a private spot when he was abruptly drawn nearer by a gathering of men who were holding sjamboks blaming him for taking their effects, they began beating him until he became oblivious and at last wound up dying.
Nine of the suspects have been captured and accused of the homicide of the person in question, they will before long show up in court to confront the said charge.
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