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Mbali's sister, Lindokuhle Hlongwane, and father Vusi Maduna are baffled they have not gotten any input from the police with respect to Mbali's homicide case. Photograph by Morapedi Mashashe.

THE group of Ekurhuleni West College understudy, Mbali Hlongwane are as yet in urgent need of answers following her fierce demise in October.

With her supposed executioner on the run, the family trusts he hands himself over and offers them the responses they need.

Mbali's father, Vusi Maduna, (45) told Daily Sun: "Our petition is for this person to be found and we seek divine intervention that he does nothing dumb like an attempt to end it all or kill another person.

"Going to jail will not bring back Mbali, yet I want to comprehend the reason why he did that."

He said Mbali's killing was no slip-up as she was cut a few times.

The intention of the killing is as yet hazy, however, it purportedly exuded from an understudies' WhatsApp bunch.

On 29 October, Mbali's cousin, Lindokuhle Hlongwane, let Daily Sun know what she saw on the day Mbali kicked the bucket.

She said her friends told her the suspect trusted that Mbali will get done with composition.

Police need this current man's assistance to address this case.

"At the point when she left, the person followed her and cut her. She supposedly attempted to run, however he was quick. He cut her multiple times and vanished," she said.

Lindokuhle said from what she heard, the sharpness began when a few understudies were equipped for their tests, while others didn't.

"At the point when they celebrated in the class WhatsApp bunch, the speculate passed senseless comments.

"Mbali reacted by saying they endeavoured to qualify and should have been glad. The suspect evidently didn't take that well and took his annoyance out on my cousin," said Lindokuhle.

Mbali was a first-year IT understudy at Ekurhuleni West College in Katlehong.

As indicated by her folks, she partook in the course.

"She snapped a picture each time she got her experimental outcomes and sent it right away. In the event that I recall accurately, there was nothing under 75%," said Vusi.

"The police are letting us know they can't track down this person he said.

Police representative Kay Makhubele said the police are as yet searching for the suspect and exploring an instance of homicide.

He engaged anybody with data to approach

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