Two suspects appear in court for Bonisiwe Mabuza’s murder

KANYAMAZNE- Two suspects, identified as Marvellous Tshepo Madonsela(33) and Mbuyiseni Isaac Sikhiti (34) appeared in the kaNnyamazane Periodical Court today.

This is in connection with the murder of Bonisiwe Mabuza who went missing last week and was found buried in a shallow grave on Monday, 1 July.

READ | Body of kaNyamazane missing woman found buried

According to police, two people ( a male and female) were taken in for questioning which led to a breakthrough as well as the recovery of some of the items that police are convinced were stolen from the victim.

The case was postponed to 14 August, 2024 for further investigation. They face charges of murder, house breaking and theft.

Colonel Donald Mdluli confirmed the charges stating that the prosecutor said a grave violation charge must be added.

Meanwhile, the other suspect, Pertunia Mhlanga (28)  appeared in court on Tuesday and was granted bail of R500. The three are expected to appear in the same court. Madonsela and Sikhiti remain in custody.

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