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A Dambuza family is battling to get the pieces subsequent to seeing the homicide of their provider.


SA: Zimbabwean man shot dead before spouse and child

Pietermaritzburg: A Dambuza family is battling to get the pieces subsequent to seeing the homicide of their provider.

It is claimed that four obscure men, two of whom took care of their appearances, raged into Mathew Madukufamba's (50) home, requesting cash on Wednesday at around 3.30 pm.

Subsequent to giving them the keys, the Zimbabwean public, who was a welder by calling, was shot within the sight of his better half and a 21-year-old child.

Reviewing the episode, his child, Michael Nyoka, said he was working outside and had his headphones on.

"Two of the suspects went inside the house and the others were with me outside. They pulled me away and advised me to accompany them to get the vehicle keys. They took my phone. At the point when we got to the house, they advised us to rests.

"I heard discharges being terminated. At the point when I checked, they had shot my dad," he said.

Madukufamba had previously given the suspects his vehicle keys. They took two level screen TVs and phones.

"After I heard the weapon shots, I was attempting to proceed to find support from the neighbors, yet the suspects saw me and one of the suspects who had a firearm attempted to fire me, yet he missed.

He then snatched me and asked me where I am going. He requested more cash and I gave him the main R300 I had on me. They likewise advised my mom to give them cash and she gave them R400," said Nyoka.

At the point when the suspects were moving toward the vehicle, he rushed to call his uncle and they pursued them in one more vehicle up the street. After a couple of meters, the suspects leaped out of the taken vehicle and began taking shots at Nyoka and his uncle.

"The suspects had reinforcement. At the point when their reinforcement vehicle came, they stacked all that they took from the house and escaped with the other vehicle," Nyoka said.

"Coming back home, sadly, my dad died. This occurrence has left me crushed. My dad was a calm individual who could do without to begin inconvenience. I will miss a ton about my dad. He was likewise a provider, so I don't have any idea what my family will do now."

Madukufamba's sibling, Thomas Nyoka, said they suspect Madukufamba knew one of the assailants who had their countenances

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