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“I am shocked about this,” Muzi Khu­malo’s baby momma said on Friday. De­spite the fact that they sep­a­rated on the strength of him hav­ing stolen her salary, she said she could not rec­on­cile with the al­leged killer and the fa­ther of her mi­nor child.

“I last talked to him on Saturday and there was noth­ing amiss about the con­ver­sa­tion,” she said dur­ing a tele­phonic in­ter­view.

When her place of em­ploy­ment was vis­ited on Friday, col­leagues said she had left early af­ter fall­ing sick af­ter dis­cov­ery that the man who be­headed his wife was her ex-boyfriend. “She was here ear­lier but then asked to go home be­cause of this,” col­leagues said. They said con­ver­sa­tions, af­ter see­ing the clear pic­ture of the al­leged mur­derer in the Swazi Ob­server, went to­wards com­fort­ing her and telling her how she had sur­vived as she too could have been mur- dered. The for­mer col­leagues also said they could not be­lieve Khu­malo could have done such a re­pug­nant crime as he was a good man.

They said they were still hor­ri­fied to learn that Khu­malo had led the po­lice to Gcinile Ce­bisile Mh­langa’s head which was lo­cated two days af­ter the body.

(Pics: Lucky Sime­lane)

Mba­bane High­landers sup­port­ers took out their frus­tra­tion of los­ing to pro­moted Vovovo on a Mba­bane Swal­lows fan who had strayed onto their stand. The ‘Birds’ sup­porter is seen be­ing whisked away af­ter be­ing heav­ily beaten up.

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