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Vlajfontein family murder:suspect claimed to be a Relative.

Vlakfontein family murder: suspect claimed to be a relative

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Oct 31, 2018 6:27 AM
Johannesburg – A twenty-seven-year-old man presented himself as a relative before allegedly killing seven members of a Vlakfontein family.

The suspect, who is now on the run, then allegedly buried four of the bodies in the main house and three in the little back room in which he stayed. The deceased, three adults and four children, were between the ages of two and 50.

It is alleged that some of the bodies had been at the property since Tuesday last week, and it was a terrible smell that alerted neighbours to the deaths.

The corpses were discovered and removed by the police on Monday afternoon.

Tebogo Lekotje, the father of 13-year-old Karabo, on Tuesday related his grief and disbelief at his daughter’s death.

“I arrived on Monday at 2pm after I received a call from neighbours. I went to the back room, and it was piled to the top with sand. I also noticed footprints of blood, a horrific smell and a blanket that was tied with tape,” he said.

Lekotje said the police and forensics experts had arrived and confirmed the family’s nightmare.

“They told us there were bodies in the house, as well as in the back room.

“Only four members lived at the house, the other three were allegedly lured by ‘Ernest Sibusiso Khoza’, who pretended to be family member on Facebook since 2014, communicating with the owner of the house, and who moved in three months ago. I was not familiar with him,” he said.

Upon The Star’s arrival on Tuesday, family members and neighbours were cleaning the house, burning the clothing of the deceased relatives, and preparing for a vigil.

The family also discovered documents that had two different names of the accused, who is now on the run.

Picture: Itumeleng English/African News Agency (ANA)

Despite police being unable to find a direct link between a man who was arrested on Tuesday who also lived at the home, neighbours are adamant that he and the suspect are father and son.

“The father was arrested this morning and we suspect that he is the one who told his son to kill the family because he wanted the house as they are both (father and son) foreign nationals,” said a neighbour, who declined to be named.

Police spokesperson Mavela Masondo urged anyone with information on the suspect’s whereabouts to call the nearest police station, or Crime Stop at 08600 10111.

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Guard injured during edenvale shopping shootout..

Guard injured during Edenvale shopping centre shootout

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Oct 31, 2018 12:17 PM

The security guard was allegedly shot in the face but is in a stable condition in hospital.

The scene outside Stoneridge Shopping Centre. Image: Bedfordview Edenvale News
The scene outside Stoneridge Shopping Centre. Image: Bedfordview Edenvale News

Bedfordview Edenvale News has received confirmation that a robbery and shoot-out took place earlier this morning at Stoneridge Shopping Centre.

According to Edenvale SAPS spokesperson, Captain Jean Olckers, the incident took place at around 10am.

“Eight suspects armed with handguns robbed a secondhand dealership in the centre. While attempting to leave the scene, the suspects were spotted by a security guard,” Olckers said.

He also confirmed that the suspects fled towards the Greenstone Shopping Centre.

“One suspect was arrested at the Greenstone taxi rank and one firearm was recovered. The remaining suspects fled the area in a white sedan,” Olckers said.

Residents are advised to avoid the area.

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Bangladeshcourt double former PM’s jail term to Ten years.

Bangladesh court doubles former PM’s jail term to 10 years

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October 30, 2018

DHAKA (Reuters) – A Bangladesh court on Tuesday doubled to 10 years a jail term for former prime minister Khaleda Zia for graft, ruling out her chances of contesting a general election in December, lawyers said.

Khaleda’s opposition Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) has been in disarray after she was jailed in February, following a verdict it says aimed at keeping the 73-year-old leader and her family out of politics.

“Now, there’s no chance for the BNP chief to contest the next election,” Khurshid Alam Khan, a lawyer for the government, told reporters after Tuesday’s High Court decision.

Khaleda, who has been receiving treatment in hospital this month for arthritis and diabetes, did not appear in court, and was not represented by a lawyer.

Zainul Abedin, a lawyer for the former prime minister, said he would comment later on Tuesday, following consultations.

In February, Khaleda, her son and aides were convicted of stealing 21 million taka ($253,000) in foreign donations for an orphanage trust set up when she was last prime minister, from 2001 to 2006. Khaleda has denied any wrongdoing.

On Monday, a court sentenced her to seven years in prison for misappropriation of 31.5 million taka ($371,550) from a trust in 2005.

The BNP has rejected that judgment as “state-sponsored”, and is staging a nationwide protest against it on Tuesday. It has urged the government to free Khaleda and called for a neutral caretaker government to be put in place before December’s vote.

A court this month sentenced Khaleda’s son, the party’s acting chief, Tarique Rahman, who lives in exile in London, to life in jail over a plot to assassinate Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina in 2004.

The party has dismissed that accusation as part of a ploy aimed at keeping the family out of politics.

Last month, Khaleda said there was “no justice” as she appeared before a makeshift court set up in the prison to fast-track her trial.

Khaleda and Hasina, both related to former national leaders, have dominated politics in poverty-stricken Bangladesh for more than two decades, nursing a long and bitter rivalry.

(Reporting by Ruma Paul; Editing by Robert Birsel and Clarence Fernandez)

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October 30, 2018

DHAKA (Reuters) – A Bangladesh court on Tuesday doubled to 10 years a jail term for former prime minister Khaleda Zia for graft, ruling out her chances of contesting a general election in December, lawyers said.

Khaleda’s opposition Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) has been in disarray after she was jailed in February, following a verdict it says aimed at keeping the 73-year-old leader and her family out of politics.

“Now, there’s no chance for the BNP chief to contest the next election,” Khurshid Alam Khan, a lawyer for the government, told reporters after Tuesday’s High Court decision.

Khaleda, who has been receiving treatment in hospital this month for arthritis and diabetes, did not appear in court, and was not represented by a lawyer.

Zainul Abedin, a lawyer for the former prime minister, said he would comment later on Tuesday, following consultations.

In February, Khaleda, her son and aides were convicted of stealing 21 million taka ($253,000) in foreign donations for an orphanage trust set up when she was last prime minister, from 2001 to 2006. Khaleda has denied any wrongdoing.

On Monday, a court sentenced her to seven years in prison for misappropriation of 31.5 million taka ($371,550) from a trust in 2005.

The BNP has rejected that judgment as “state-sponsored”, and is staging a nationwide protest against it on Tuesday. It has urged the government to free Khaleda and called for a neutral caretaker government to be put in place before December’s vote.

A court this month sentenced Khaleda’s son, the party’s acting chief, Tarique Rahman, who lives in exile in London, to life in jail over a plot to assassinate Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina in 2004.

The party has dismissed that accusation as part of a ploy aimed at keeping the family out of politics.

Last month, Khaleda said there was “no justice” as she appeared before a makeshift court set up in the prison to fast-track her trial.

Khaleda and Hasina, both related to former national leaders, have dominated politics in poverty-stricken Bangladesh for more than two decades, nursing a long and bitter rivalry.

(Reporting by Ruma Paul; Editing by Robert Birsel and Clarence Fernandez)

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