Dlamini was part of a group of relatives, friends and other sympathisers that left the North Gauteng High Court in Pretoria disappointed at the justice system yesterday. The group, which included members of the ANC's Young Women's Desk, travelled from Letlhabile, North West, to bear witness to the judgment on two murder accusedJudge Tshifhiwa Maumela, who had previously postponed the case for judgment, yesterday announced his ruling was still not ready once again.
Said to be in her mid-thirties‚ the woman succumbed to her severe burns in hospital. Paramedics attended to the woman on Sunday morning and rushed her to hospital. She died on Monday afternoon. Police spokesman Captain Kay Makhubele told SowetanLIVE his colleagues had launched a manhunt for suspects. No arrests had been made by Monday afternoon. “We have opened a case of murder and our investigation is under way‚” he said. “We don’t know the circumstances under which the attack happened.
Lieutenant-Colonel Robert Netshiunda, spokesman of the police's elite unit, said he could not divulge much, "but the investigation is going on". He was speaking outside the Hawks' headquarters in Pretoria yesterday after receiving a dossier from DA leader Mmusi Maimane. Maimane said the thick document contained evidence of how the Guptas and their associates, including Minerals Minister Mosebenzi Zwane, defrauded the Estina Dairy Farm in Vrede, Free State.
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Selecting a term
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