Po­lice warn­ing over killings at cer­e­monies

The Rep - - NEWS -

THE Ko­mani area po­lice have urged peo­ple to re­frain from vi­o­lence at tra­di­tional cer­e­monies.

Po­lice spokes­woman Cap­tain Namhla Mdle­leni said there was con­cern about mur­ders at such cer­e­monies, fol­low­ing the latest mur­der of a youth in Macubeni vil­lage, Ca­cadu, fol­low­ing an as­sault.

Mdle­leni said this was not the first in­ci­dent of its kind and po­lice were con­cerned about the trend.

Sus­pects have since been ar­rested in con­nec­tion with the mur­der and will ap­pear in the lo­cal mag­is­trate’s court. – Rep re­porter

Pic­ture: SIVENATHI GOSA

BUSI­NESS MINDS: Young peo­ple of Ko­mani gath­ered at the town hall to net­work while lo­cal com­pa­nies pro­moted their busi­nesses and net­worked with other en­ter­prises dur­ing the Get It Done mar­ket day on Satur­day. In at­ten­dance were Bos­ton Col­lege, Hol­lard Fu­neral Ser­vice, Steers, Mo­faya, The Blaks_045, Dr Shasha Foun­da­tion and The Rep. Lo­cal hip hop group 1000 Bling Gang en­ter­tained the au­di­ence with one of their songs. Mem­bers of Get It Done are, from left, Jab­ulile Titiba Rafu, Calvin Ne­lani, Zama Lelo, Chu­misa Lelo, and Abonga Mdalane

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