CAPE TOWN - A Cape Town man blamed for killing a cop is relied upon to show up in court on Wednesday.
Sakhumzi Mbucela was seized and wounded in KTC, Gugulethu over seven days prior. The police part was off the clock when the episode occurred.
The speculate will show up in the Athlone Magistrates Court on Wednesday following his capture on Monday.
The cop was wounded and afterward kicked the bucket two days after the fact in emergency clinic. The cop's vehicle was recuperated around the same time of the episode. The Hawks' said they discovered the property of the official in the speculate's ownership.
"The suspect is relied upon to show up in the Athlone Magistrate's Court for his supposed association in a seize episode in which an off the clock cop was cut and later surrendered to his wounds in the most recent code," said representative Zinzi Hani.
In the most recent quarterly wrongdoing insights, figures showed that 32 officials were killed, nine while working, between 1 April to the furthest limit of June this year.
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