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Defence in Senzo Meyiwa trial wants Kelly Khumalo to be subpoenaed

By: Natasha Archary Image: Kelly Khumalo Instagram The defence lawyer for accused No.1 in the Senzo Meyiwa murder trial wants the slain footballer's girlfriend at the time, Kelly Khumalo to be subpoenaed to court. Advocate Thulani Mngomezulu who is representing accused 1 and 2, Muzikawukhulelwa Sibiya and Bongani Ntanzi, says he plans to call Kelly and Sello Chicco Twala, father of Longwe Twala to the stand. However, State Advocate George […]


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Meyiwa murder: Cellphone data links accused

By: Natasha Archary Despite assertions from the five men accused of murdering footballer Senzo Meyiwa that they do not know each other, cellphone data has revealed links between them. On Wednesday, 17 April Lieutenant-Colonel Gideon Gouws, a data analyst found that a cellphone reportedly belonging to one of the accused, Bongani Ntanzi had the numbers of a few of his co-accused saved on it. The cellphone number of fellow accused, […]


Khumalo's neighbour


Kelly Khumalo implicated in Bongani Ntanzi confession of ordering hit on Senzo

By: Natasha Achary Image | Kelly Khumalo, Senzo Meyiwa file Kelly Khumalo has been implicated in the confession of accused No.2, Bongani Ntanzi of being the mastermind who ordered the hit on her former boyfriend Senzo Meyiwa. This after Judge Ratha Mokgoatlheng ruled on Thursday, 14 March that the confessions by two of the accused, Ntanzi and Muzi Sibiya be admissable in court. Muzi Sibiya and Bongani Ntanzi previously testified that […]


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Meyiwa trial within a trial concludes, evidence from 2 accused ruled admissable in court

By: Natasha Archary The Senzo Meyiwa trial within a trial has concluded at the Pretoria High Court on Thursday, 14 March with Judge Ratha Mokgoatlheng ruling that the confessions by two of the accused be admissable in court. On 13October 2023, the trial within a trial was given the green light after two of the five men accused of murdering footballer Senzo Meyiwa claimed they were assaulted and coerced into […]


Wardens and Meyiwa murder accused

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Wardens and Meyiwa murder accused get physical in court

By: Natasha Archary The Senzo Meyiwa trial is the gift that keeps on giving, drama that is after a scuffle broke out on Monday, 27 November between wardens and some of the murder accused in court. Sizwe Dhlomo recounted the numerous incidents in the Meywia murder trial where drama took away from the long-drawn out murder case. From previous defense attorney Advocate Malesela Teffo's arrest in court, the mistrial, a […]


Khumalo cancelled gigs


Kelly Khumalo responds to cancelled gigs, “Those who want to stay, will stay!”

By: Natasha Archary Image: Kelly Khumalo Instagram Gospel singer Kelly Khumalo has responded to being dropped from the lineups of two events over the past week. Not mincing her words, Kelly took to her Instagram to share that she remains unphased by the negative publicity she's received recently amid allegations that she may have been implicated in the murder of her ex-boyfriend, footballer, Senzo Meyiwa. This after a cellphone analyst […]


We apologize Kelly


“We apologize Kelly”, Maseru Jazz Festival drops singer amid ongoing Meyiwa murder trial

By: Natasha Archary Image: Kelly Khumalo Instagram "We apologize Kelly, but we have decided to relieve you from performing at our Jazz Festival." The Maseru Jazz Festival is the second music event to drop gospel singer Kelly Khumalo from its lineup amid the ongoing murder trial of footballer Senzo Meyiwa. In the space of a week, Kelly has been scrapped off a Women's Tribute event, as well as the Jazz […]


Kelly Khumalo

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Kelly Khumalo received calls from one of the accused before Meyiwa was killed, court hears

By: Natasha Archary Image: Instagram/@kellykhumaloza Kelly Khumalo received calls from one of the men accused of murdering Senzo Meyiwa, before the footballer was gunned down at the singer's family home in Vosloorus. This according to SAPS National Cold Case Unit Colonel Lambertus Steyn, who testified in the Meyiwa murder trial on Thursday, 27 July. Point of View with Phemelo Motene spoke to Kaya News Reporter, Katleho Sekhotho about Kelly Khumalo […]


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Ramaphosa suspends Judge Maumela and one other for delays in judgements

By: Natasha Archary President Cyril Ramaphosa has issued letters of suspension to Judge Tshifhiwa Maumela and Judge Nomonde Mngqibisa-Thusi. The Judicial Service Commission (JSC) confirmed the President's suspension of both judges were due to delays in judgements. "The JSC is in the process of appointing a tribunal for each one of the judges. As of today, being the 28th of June, the President has issued letters of suspension to the […]



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