- Creator of sneaker brand Drip Footwear is mourning the tragic loss of his friend and managing director Glenda Ndlanzi
- Glenda was shot and killed just outside her house in Pretoria on Monday, leaving a wound in the hearts of her loved ones
- Owner, Lekau Sehoana, who is said to be fearing for his life, took to social media to express how shattered he was over the incident
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Lekau Sehoana has announced the tragic death of Glenda Ndlanzi who was the managing director of the popular shoe company, Drip Footwear. Glenda lost her life on Monday 18 October after she was shot and killed outside her residence.
Daily Sun reports that Glenda Ndlanzi, who was the MD of Drip Footwear was murdered on Monday right outside of her house. Ndlanzi not only worked for the company but was a childhood friend of the founder, Lekau Sehoana. In a heartbreaking statement, Lekau said:
"Glenda was instrumental in the establishment, development and growth of the Drip brand. She was the foundation, rock and anchor of our Drip family. We will truly miss her passion, dedication and loyalty to the brand."
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No further information has been given about the death of Glenda but reports say that the creator of the brand is living in fear as he feels he may be the next target. Sehoana took to Twitter to express his grief as followers comforted him for his loss.
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Briefly News previously reported that The South African Police Services in Limpopo says they have not yet received a request for ransom for the lives of the four Moti siblings who were kidnapped on Wednesday at gunpoint. The brothers have now been missing for three days.
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Reports state that the brothers, Zia, Alaan, Zayyad, and Zidan are aged between 6 and 15. They were picked by their driver who is aged 59 from their home in Nivirana in Polokwane and the brothers were heading to school when they were taken.
According to News24, two automobiles surrounded the car in which the brothers were riding, and armed men pushed them out. The driver of the brothers was not taken.
The Moti family legal representative suspects that the boys were taken for ransom purposes.
Moti brothers schoolmates hold prayers for their safe return
School children at Curro Heuwelkruin Independent School held a prayer session with the Moti brothers mother and father Nazim and Shakira Moti following their kidnapping.
They knelt down and prayed that they returned home safely, according to TimesLIVE.
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Julius Malema, the leader of the Economic Freedom Fighters called on his supporters to join the hunt to fight to find the Moti brothers on his Twitter account.