Boity and other Mzansi celebs campaign for #JusticeForCollinsKhosa

Boity and other Mzansi celebs campaign for #JusticeForCollinsKhosa

- A few Mzansi celebs have demanded justice for an Alexander man who was beaten up by SANDF member in his own home

- The man later died of his injuries

- The SANDF initially found the soldiers not responsible

- However, the High Court in Pretoria has since ruled that all soldiers who were present during the assault should be suspended

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A number of Mzansi celebs have spoken out against the senseless killing of Collins Khosa, allegedly by Mzansi soldiers.

Collins Khosa was allegedly drinking, in his yard, when he was approached by patrolling SANDF soldiers.

They followed him into his home and admit to severely assaulting him.

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Collins later died, of his injuries, in hospital.

South Africans were livid when word got around that the SANDF had been cleared of any wrongdoing in his death.

Boity wrote, "Nah, this is not how it's (going to) end. They have to be charged for murder!"
Samkelo Ndlovu said, "I'm mad about how SANDF killed Collins Khoza in his own home. #BlackLivesMatter #KeepThatSameEnergy."
She continued, "A man was killed, in his own home, by the SANDF. I'm (going to) need us to keep the same energy and demand justice for him. #BlackLivesMatter"

Another human rights issue that has hogged headlines this past week is that of the US's George Floyd.

George died after a police officer blocked his air passage for almost nine minutes. reported that Zonke was among those who were against the seemingly racially-motivated police brutality.

Madonna, Diddy, Cardi B and Colin Kaepernick also spoke against the senseless killing.

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