The BIG QUESTION IS Who killed Senzo?- SCROLL DOWN..
Siyabonga Miya, who is Senzo Meyiwa’s cousin just spit some interesting news on Newzroom. He said whether he gets arrested or not he sticks to his words.
The late Senzo Meyiwa’s cousin has told on an interview with Xoli Mngambi of Newzroom405 that the family knows for a fact that no intruder entered the house where Meyiwa was shot. He insists that Meyiwa was shot “in cold blood,” by the boyfriend of Meyiwa’s then girlfriend’s sister, Longwe Thwala who is the son of the famous Chicco Thwala.
Speaking on behalf of the whole family of slain Orlando Pirates goalkeeper Senzo Meyiwa, he said no information was received from the police regarding the reported discovery of a firearm that allegedly killed him. Siyabonga Miya, expresses his frustrations.
Siyabonga revealed that the person who contacted the famous regarding Senzo’s murder said it is Zandi’s boyfriend (Longwe) who shot Senzo. Siyabonga insisted that he is not making up stories about what he is saying. He also said they’re not surprised whenever the media or people in defence force confronts them in October because they always do the same as it is Senzo’s month of passing.
A gun which has been positively linked to the killing of Orlando Pirates goalkeeper Senzo Meyiwa has been found to have also been used in the murder of a taxi boss three months after the soccer star died.
News24 reported on Tuesday that police had made a breakthrough in Meyiwa’s murder case.
“News24 can also reveal that the police have identified the man who allegedly fired the shots that killed Meyiwa in October 2014,” the news site said.
The team investigating Meyiwa’s case had reportedly interviewed a prisoner believed to be linked to the soccer player’s murder.
Who killed Senzo?
The murder trial of five men accused of being involved in the 2014 murder of Bafana Bafana goalkeeper Senzo Meyiwa has been transferred to the Gauteng High Court.
Muzikawukhulelwa S’Tembu Sibiya, Bongani Sandiso Ntanzi, Mthobisi Prince Mncube, Mthokoziseni Ziphozonke Maphisa, and Sfisokuhle Sifiso Nkani Ntuli appeared before Magistrate Hans Havenga in the Boksburg Magistrate’s Court on Friday morning.
According to lobby group AfriForum, whose Private Prosecution Unit has been involved in the investigation, the matter was transferred to the High Court sitting in Palm Ridge Magistrate’s Court and pre-trial proceedings would get under way on 19 July.
The unit attended Friday’s appearance, where a trial date was also set for 25 October.
The accused, who in previous appearances strongly denied their involvement in the murder of the well-known soccer star, face charges of murder, attempted murder, robbery with aggravating circumstances, being in possession of a firearm, and possession of ammunition.
The case was postponed in November last year for the final indictment and related documents to be finalised before it was transferred to the High Court.
At the time, state prosecutor George Baloyi told the court that there were outstanding forensic investigations that would inform the form and substance of the indictment.
The breakthrough in the protracted cold case was announced by Police Minister Bheki Cele last year after the accused were arrested on 26 October, the day which marked six years to the day since Meyiwa was shot and killed at the Vosloorus home of his girlfriend, actress and musician Kelly Khumalo.