- ANC Member of Parliament Sibusiso Radebe was shot and killed at the home of his unidentified mistress
- He was reportedly sitting with the woman in his car when they were robbed and his was shot in his leg and head
- The police are looking for two suspects at this time
- Radebe's wife isn't taking his sudden and violent death very well
The ANC Member of Parliament who was shot during a botched hijacking is reported to have been at his lover's home at the time.
According to a report by The Sowetan, Sibusiso Radebe was in his car with his girlfriend when they were robbed of their belongings.
The robbers then shot Radebe in his head and leg before speeding off in a dark Ford Fiesta.
Briefly.co.za earlier reported that according to IOL, the Gauteng police is now on a manhunt to find Radebe's killer.
They have started a search for two suspects. It is reported that Radebe was with someone else - now revealed as Radebe's girlfriend - in a parked car in Lindhaven when two men approached the vehicle.
Lungile Dube, the Radebe family spokesperson stated that the family is saddened and shocked by Radebe's death.
The Member of Parliament lived with his wife in a suburb in Johannesburg. She isn't taking Radebe's death well.
Mrs Radebe did not want to address the matter of her late husband's relationship with the other woman.
Phillip Ntseke, the father of Radebe's girlfriend, said that Radebe had been seeing his daughter since 2017.
He would often come and park in the street with my daughter or sometimes go out in the evening.
Ntseke claims to have seen the shooting. He couldn't see his daughter and thought that she may have been taken by the shooters, but she had fled from the scene for help.
Ntseke puts the blame for Radebe's death on the emergency services. He says the responded late. He feels if they arrived sooner, Radebe could have been saved.
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