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Fisokuhle Ntuli's fear reign was not just in KZN, he has additionally been connected to a few different cases including the homicide of Senzo Meyiwa. 

The Esikhaleni Regional Court has indicted KwaZulu-Natal assassin Fisokuhle Ntuli on six counts of homicide, one endeavored murder and four counts of illicit ownership of guns and ammo. 

One of the guns found in his ownership was taken from a cop from Ezibeleni in Queenstown in 2011. 

Ntuli has been on the police's radar beginning around 2016, while he was "on a rule of fear". 

It took a multidisciplinary activity involving the area's political errand group, senior public investigators, SAPS analysts, Hawks individuals, legal specialists and Crime Intelligence to get Ntuli. 


He was sentenced for the homicides of councilor Thami Goodwill Nyembe, Butiza Sandisa Mahlobo, Sphamandla Zungu and siblings Phiwayinkosi Zulu, Mcebisi Zulu and Sibusiso Zulu. 

Ntuli likewise shot and basically injured Nyembe's better half, Nolwazi, which brought about the instance of endeavored murder. 

The group initially started researching Ntuli following the shooting of the Nyembe couple in KwaNongoma, in northern KZN, in 2016. 

After escalated examinations, the group connected Ntuli to the next five homicides. 

"Ntuli's dread reign was not just in the Northern pieces of KwaZulu-Natal as he is additionally an individual of interest in a few different cases in Gauteng, a significant number of which are murders, including that of Senzo Meyiwa," said SAPS representative Vishnu Naidoo. 

The protection group has mentioned that a pre-condemning report by the probation officer and social specialist be introduced to the court prior to giving over a sentence. 

The officer conceded the solicitation, and Ntuli's condemning has been set for 9 December 2021.

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