BHAMJEE FAM­ILY STILL WAIT­ING FOR JUS­TICE

The Witness - Wheels - - NEWS - AMIL UMRAW

TO­DAY marks a decade since the bru­tal mur­der of award­win­ning Pi­eter­mar­itzburg gy­nae­col­o­gist Dr Sabera Bhamjee – with her fam­ily still wait­ing for jus­tice to be served.

Bhamjee, wife of Um­gun­gundlovu District Mayor Yusuf Bhamjee, was stabbed more than 60 times in her rooms at the St Anne’s Med­i­cal Cen­tre on June 2, 2006, while she was alone dur­ing lunch time.

Years of po­lice in­ves­ti­ga­tions and wild-goose chases later, the well-loved doc­tor’s killers are yet to be ar­rested.

Speak­ing to The Wit­ness yes­ter­day, Yusuf Bhamjee said the fam­ily still have the hope that “some­one out there” has in­for­ma­tion on his wife’s death.

“We con­tinue to urge any­one with in­for­ma­tion to con­tact the po­lice in this mat­ter so we as a fam­ily can ar­rive at some sort of clo­sure,” Bhamjee said.

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