SHOCKING! Crazy Moment As Pilot Allegedly Kills His Lawyer Girlfriend For Cheating
Nov 27, 2018 8:46 PM
Reports reveal that a Zimbabwean air force pilot identified as Tashinga Musonza has allegedly murdered his lawyer girlfriend, Miss Lucy Duve over allegations of infidelity. According to reports, 29-year-old Musonza who was cohabiting with his deceased 32-year-old girlfriend, Lucy in Windsor Park suburb, was convinced she was seeing his colleague and decided to confront her about it. A memorandum from the police stated the events leading to the murder of Lucy Dave.
It reads: “On the fateful day, Musonza went to their lodgings around 10PM and found Duve asleep. He allegedly started accusing her of cheating on him with his colleague before a misunderstanding ensued. The two then drove to the airbase since Musonza wanted the matter clarified.” Upon arrival at the airbase, they allegedly woke up Ms Duve’s alleged lover who denied being in a relationship with her. “Musonza’s colleague denied being in a relationship with Lucy and it did not go down well with him. Musonza got furious and started assaulting Lucy with open hands and booted feet. His colleague tried to restrain him but was overpowered before he ran away from the scene to seek assistance from fellow colleagues. Upon their return they found Lucy lying unconscious in a pool of blood on the ground.”
Musonza, the memo reads, “allegedly drove his girlfriend to Clay Bank Hospital in the company of two of his colleagues and another female who is said to be Duve’s friend. Lucy Duve was pronounced dead upon arrival at the hospital before they were referred to Gweru Provincial Hospital where the police were notified leading to the arrest of Musonza.” A colleague of the deceased, Mr Wellington Davira, a prominent Gweru lawyer also confirmed the incident. He said: “As a colleague and friend, l am very much hurt by such a sudden, violent and painful death Miss Duve suffered. She was a bubbly person who worked well with everyone. Our profession has been robbed of a dedicated and selfless lawyer. I hope and pray that justice will prevail.” Midlands provincial police spokesperson Assistant Inspector Ethel Mukwende also confirmed the incident but resisted commenting as investigations are still on-going. May the soul of the departed rest in peace.
Yesterday, the Directorate for Priority Crime Investigation (Hawks) and the Tactical Response Team (TRT) led by Crime Intelligence from the provinces of Eastern Cape and Western Cape arrested several suspects for allegedly planning to commit a CIT robbery.
The intelligence-driven operation began over the weekend after Crime Intelligence received a tip-off that a group of armed men from the Western Cape were planning to rob a CIT vehicle in Alice in the Eastern Cape.
The suspects were intercepted yesterday at Alice, Krwakrwa Village and a total of six suspects were arrested while four are still on the run.
The police team also recovered 2 x R4 rifles, 4 x R5 rifles, a revolver, a minibus and a sedan.
Furthermore, a white Toyota Double Cab was found abandoned along the road at Fort Beaufort. This vehicle was also confiscated.
The firearms will be sent for ballistic testing to establish if they were used to commit other crimes.
“While we are making significant inroads into curbing cash-in-transit heists, more work needs to be done as these robberies continue to plague us”, said General Khehla Sitole.
“I continue to call on communities to assist us with any information that can help proactively respond to serious and violent crimes”, added General Sitole.
I first met you in 2004 for the 46664 Aids Benefit Concert in Cape Town, and the impact you have had on my life resonates with me today and every day.
Your kindness and gratitude for every experience, and your ability to forgive, are lessons I have learned and will pass on to my three children.
My entire family holds you in high regard.
It is an honor for me to travel to South Africa this week in celebration of you and your efforts to right so many wrongs.
You were a strategic warrior, a bold activist and charismatic and well-loved leader. Your vision for dignity, for human rights, for peace and a South Africa free of racism and apartheid, allows us all to turn dreams into reality.
I remember taking that walk with you back to the prison on Robben Island, where you spent 18 of those 27 years behind bars.
I recall your measured but focused steps in as you recounted the stories of the struggles, the sacrifices and your resilience.
You smiled as you talked to a crowd of artists and their guests, including my mother, who first told my sister and me about the great Nelson Mandela. In that moment I truly understood your heart and humility.
You made it possible for so many people like me to reject impossibilities and understand our capabilities in making lasting change in the world.
The smallest efforts could change the trajectory for so many living in extreme poverty, facing injustices, the indecency of racism and fighting for their rights as humans.
As we celebrate the Global Citizen Festival: Mandela 100, honoring your centennial year, I promise you that we have made your dreams our own.
Your work and your sacrifices were not in vain.
I will cherish every moment shared in your presence and use the lessons learned from you as fuel to stir positive ideas and solutions.
ANC lost ‘a soldier’ after ward councillor gunned down in Limpopo
Nov 27, 2018 12:25 PM
The African National Congress says the party has lost a “real committed soldier”‚ after a councillor was gunned down in Burgersfort‚ Limpopo‚ on Monday evening.
“We are very saddened by his sudden death and we are very concerned. We are calling on the police to speed up the investigation and find those who committed the heinous crime‚” ANC provincial spokesperson Donald Selamolela told TimesLIVE on Tuesday.
ANC ward councillor Thabang Maupa was gunned down outside his restaurant at around 7.30pm.
Police spokesperson Brigadier Motlafela Mojapelo said Maupa went to the restaurant‚ situated at Riba Cross in Burgersfort‚ to help his wife lock up.
Mojapelo said that after locking up‚ an unknown man approached their car and opened fire on them.
Maupa‚ 42‚ died on the scene while his wife‚ 40‚ was wounded in the attack.
The motive for the attack was still unknown.
Maupa was a councillor for ward 5 in the Fetakgomo Local Municipality. He was also a branch secretary.
Selamolela said the party was “extremely worried”.
“We want to get to the root cause of this particular issue. We do not know what the motive is‚ that’s why we want the police to assist us and provide us with answers. At this stage we are lost for words and do not know what to say. We as the ANC will be meeting with the family‚” he said.
A R50‚000 reward has been offered for anyone with information who could help lead to an arrest.
A case of murder and attempted murder have been opened. No arrests have yet been made.
These are indeed sad times for our dear country – Nigeria. The propaganda of the ruling class has crashed, the terrorists are now killing our soldiers, people’s children and parents, like child’s play. Morale down, no enough weapon for the men on ground.
Has PDP also looted the $1bn APC took for weapons?
A week after the fighters of the Islamic State West African Province attacked the Nigerian Army 157 Battalion’s base in Metele, Borno State, scores of dead and missing soldiers had yet to be located as air assets have been deployed in the area for search and rescue, according to military sources.
Also, troops have found it difficult to evacuate the decomposing bodies of soldiers who were brutally killed by the terrorists in the attack on the Metele military base last Sunday.
A military source told The Punch on the phone on Saturday that the troops that were sent to evacuate the remains of the slain soldiers were attacked by the insurgents and had to beat a tactical withdrawal.
The source said, “As of yesterday, around 10am, troops from 7 Brigade Baga went to Kangarwa 119 Task Force Battalion Defence Company’s location to recover three armoured tanks. They were ambushed and the insurgents carted away the tanks.”
The source, who lamented that the morale among the soldiers was at an all-time low, said the bodies of those killed in Sunday’s attack on Metele were already decomposing in the bushes as the insurgents had continued to lay siege to the community.
“The corpses of those killed in Metele are still not evacuated and the soldiers that went for the evacuation were 147. They were attacked at the entrance to Metele,” said the source who spoke on condition of anonymity.
“A captain was captured alive by the insurgents; the insurgents killed six soldiers from the company with seven soldiers still missing.”
He said apart from human loss, “the soldiers that went for the evacuation lost a battle tank and a gun truck to the insurgents.”
On the loss during the initial siege to Metele, he said, “Last Sunday’s attack on Metele, on the 157 Task Force Battalion, Metele, led to the loss of six officers and 56 soldiers, the eagle battle tanks, APC, riffles, mortars and bombs were all taking away by the insurgents.”
He said the company was able to evacuate six corpses in spite of the ambush.
Meanwhile, a video has been released on the social media which showed the level of dissatisfaction among the soldiers.
Surviving soldiers send SOS to Buhari
In a related development, some soldiers, who survived the attack in Metele have sent a Save-Our-Soul to President Muhammadu Buhari, urging him to probe the quality of weapons procured by the military authorities and save them from further avoidable deaths.
In a video sent to journalists in Maiduguri, the soldiers accused the military authorities of providing them with obsolete weapons, which they said were grossly inadequate to effectively confront the insurgents in the ongoing campaign in the North-East.
In the amateur video footage, the soldiers also accused military authorities of negligence which resulted into the death of scores of their colleagues in a series of attacks coordinated by the Albarnawi faction of the Boko Haram at Metele in the Guzamala Local Government Area of Borno State.
In the video, two soldiers, who claimed to be among the survivors of the attack, narrated the precarious condition of the troops and obsolete equipment which made it difficult for them to repel the insurgents’ attack.
“See what the Nigerian Army has been doing to us. They brought us here. See how they killed our fellow soldiers, they burnt them inside the tanks,” a narrator in the video said.
“They are using us to make money; why? Are we not human beings? They can kill soldiers inside a tank. If Rocket Propelled Grenade can penetrate M-RAG vehicle, what of a fellow human being?
“This is the location called ‘Metele’; this is a place they (the insurgents) took over 40 barrel and these people want to use us, and within one week they killed over 200 soldiers and we are now 147. They want to waste us here. It is a lie, our blood is not here.”
They added, “This is a Third World vehicle, a tank manufactured in 1972; and Albarnawi broke all of it. They want to use us and we are not getting anything from them. We want to tell the government of our condition.
“Please, the Federal Government should intervene before the insurgents come and kill us. They mocked us and said we are Zombies, animals; we do not know our rights, any order given to us we will follow.
“We are millennium soldiers, most of us are graduates.
“Look at what they did to this T12 tank; it is obsolete. It was a 1983 Czechoslovakian tank procured during (Shehu) Shagari’s regime. Is this the money the Federal Government provided to procure weapons?”