- A lecturer was burned to death in Limpopo after he was accused of stealing goats, police have launched a manhunt
- 43-year-old Siphiwe Zondo had bought the goats from Ga-Mphahlele village and was transporting them home
- The police has urged the public to come forward with any information relating to the murder of the TVET college lecturer
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LEBOWKGOMO - A FET teacher in Limpopo was found burned to death in his bakkie after he was accused of allegedly stealing goats.
43-year-old Siphiwe Zondo had bought goats from Ga-Mphahlele village and was transporting them when he was attacked on the road.
He was then assaulted and burned to death near his car which had been set alight by his attackers according to police spokesperson Lt-Col Mamphaswa Seabi.
No stolen goats were found and police cautioned the public from taking the law into their own hands.
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The police have urged members of the community to come forward with any information relating to Zondo's death according to the SowetanLIVE.
Zondo was a TVET college lecturer and had moved to Limpopo from KwaZulu-Natal. A manhunt has been launched for the suspects according to The Citizen.
Operation Dudula blamed for burning of 23 stalls at Yeoville market
Earlier, Briefly News reported that a fire that ripped through the Yeoville market during the early hours of Tuesday 21 July destroyed 23 stalls in the area. The stalls were run by foreign nationals who have now lost their livelihoods.
The fire broke out a day after members of Operation Dudula allegedly threatened business owners and demanded that they leave the area. Distraught shop owners said everything in their stalls was burned to ash, including the stock they had.
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The group allegedly approached stall owners while holding placards and swearing at them. Operation Dudula’s Secretary-General Zandile Dabula told TimesLIVE that the movement is fighting to reclaim the economy for South Africans.
14 Dudula movement members arrested after violent clash and illegally evicting residents in Alexandra Township
In a related matter, Briefly News also reported ward councillor Tefo Raphadu is of the belief that the Dudula Movement, which operates in the township of Alexandra, Johannesburg, has now become a vigilante group.
Raphadu made these comments after the organisation had an altercation on Sunday night, 29 May, with a few residents from Tsutsumani section. The ward councillor alleges that Dudula Movement members went to an elderly woman’s house with the intention to evict her from her home.
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