Mozambicans linked to killing spree

Mozambicans linked to killing spree

Johannesburg – The judge in the trial of three Mozambicans alleged to have killed two people during their reign of terror in Muldersdrift, north-west of Johannesburg, has found that they are linked to the crimes.

Judge Moses Mavundla found that the testimonies of the victims, identity parades, fingerprints and ballistic evidence placed Alfred Zwane, Samson Mandlezi and Manir Ubisi at various crime scenes at different times in the area.

They have been charged with two counts of murder, multiple attempted murders, armed robberies, theft and housebreaking, among others.

The three allegedly shot and killed 13-year-old Alyssa Botha on September 5, 2012. They also shot and wounded her father and older sister. In addition, they are accused of the shooting and killing of another resident, Andre Jordaan, the following week…

Read More

South Africa Today – South Africa News