Two people have been arrested for Maselesele's murder
Kaizer Chiefs during the 2002/03 Castle Premiership football match between SuperSport United and Kaizer Chiefs at HM Pitjie Stadium, Pretoria on 26 January 2003 ©Gavin Barker/BackpagePix"/>Lucky Maselesele of Kaizer Chiefs during the 2002/03 Castle Premiership football match between SuperSport United and Kaizer Chiefs at HM Pitjie Stadium, Pretoria on 26 January 2003.
TWO suspects have been arrested for the murder of Kaizer Chiefs striker Lucky Maselesele.Maselesele was killed last week by a group of people who had accused him of stealing cables.
“When police arrived at the scene, a mob fled but was able to apprehend two of them. Police found that the deceased had been accused by members of the public of stealing cables in the area. He was found dead by paramedics. The police investigation is ongoing, ”said Lt-Col Mavela Masondo of the City Press.
Kaizer Chiefs have offered their condolences on the death of the 41-year-old striker.“Kaizer Chiefs is saddened by the death of one of South Africa's most talented players, Lucky Maselesele. We extend our heartfelt condolences to his family at this difficult time. "Sleep in peace," the Chiefs said in a statement.
Maselesele played for Kaizer Chiefs between 1998 and 2004 when the team won titles.He last played in 2008 after the discovery of drugs in his blood while playing for Maritzburg United. He put the cocoons in the trap in 2011 after playing for Civics FC of Namibia.
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