Moja Love Has Strengthened Security Measures for the ‘Sizokthola’ Crew, Death Threats Are Being Investigated

Moja Love Has Strengthened Security Measures for the ‘Sizokthola’ Crew, Death Threats Are Being Investigated

  • Moja Love channel has assured the public that the safety of the Sizokthola crew is being prioritised
  • This comes after the concerning death threats that the crew had been receiving since the show's debut
  • African Transformation Movement leader even wrote an open letter to Minister Bheki Cele urging him to look deep into the matter

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The safety of the 'Sizokthola' crew is being priorotised.
Moja Love's 'Sizok'thola' host Xolani Khumalo and his crew received numerous threats to their lives, and the public called for their safety to be prioritized. Image: @AdvoBarryRoux
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MojaLove has reportedly taken steps to ensure the crew of the crime-busting reality series, Sizokthola, is safe following the concerning death threats.

The channel confirms that the team have been receiving threats

According to TshisaLIVE, the head of channel at MojaLove, Bokani Moyo, said the team did face threats to their lives.

To ensure that they are safe, they added some security measures. In addition to that, they are also investigating the dangers.

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ATM leader writes to the ministry asking them to deploy police personnel to protect the crew

Showing great concern for the team, African Transformation Movement leader Vuyo Zungula wrote an open letter to the Minister of Police, Bheki Cele, and Justice Minister Ronald Lamola.

He asked the two ministers to protect the team as they were doing the noble work of fighting crime in society.

"I implore you to take immediate action to ensure the safety of Xolani and the entire Sizokuthola production."

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Vuyo even pointed out how the thieves always go out scott-free when they are brought in at the station.

He asked the ministry to take their work seriously and bring those criminals to book.

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“It is disheartening to witness the hard work of the Sizok'thola team go unrewarded, due to the lack of convictions."

@AdvoBarryRoux shared the letter:

Alleged Home Affairs employee admits to selling fake IDs to illegal foreigners, Mzansi left fuming

Briefly News previously reported that a woman who worked for the Department of Home Affairs got exposed for engaging in illegal activities by assisting undocumented foreigners obtain documents illegally.

She admitted to Xolani Khumalo that she sold fake IDs for R50 000.

She later got into trouble with the department and she faced suspension. Mzansi also expressed their disappointment with the growing crime in the country.

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