‘The bullet was for Kelly Khumalo’| Zandile testifies on the day Senzo Meyiwa got killed
Zandile Khumalo, the sister of South African singer Kelly Khumalo, has made a shocking revelation regarding the murder of former footballer Senzo Meyiwa. According to Zandile, the bullet that took Senzo’s life was actually meant for Kelly.
She claims that Kelly was involved in a relationship with Senzo as his mistress, which caused discontent within his family. Zandile suggests that Senzo’s wife may have ordered a hit on Kelly, but tragically, the wrong person lost their life.
In a statement, Zandile expressed her doubts about the investigation into Senzo’s murder. She questions why the focus has solely been on Kelly and why Senzo’s wife, Mandisa, has not been thoroughly investigated. Zandile wonders why Mandisa’s phone was not taken by the authorities and why she is not considered a suspect.
Zandile also mentions a previous statement made by Senzo’s mother on live television, where she claimed to have joined forces with Mandisa to sabotage Kelly’s relationship with Senzo. Zandile questions the extent to which Senzo’s mother and Mandisa went to prevent the relationship from continuing.
Zandile speculates that Senzo’s mother and Mandisa may have hired hitmen to target Kelly, but their plan went awry, resulting in Senzo’s tragic death instead. She urges the police to conduct a thorough investigation and stop placing blame solely on Kelly for everything that transpired.
The video footage provided below showcases Zandile making these shocking claims.
It is important to provide some background information about Senzo Meyiwa. He was a highly talented South African professional footballer who played as a goalkeeper for Orlando Pirates in the Premier Soccer League and the South Africa national team. Senzo was born on January 24, 1984, and his life was tragically cut short on October 26, 2014 when he was shot and killed during a robbery at his girlfriend’s house in Vosloorus.
Senzo Meyiwa had a successful career with Orlando Pirates, joining the team in 2005 as a reserve goalkeeper before becoming the team’s main goalkeeper in 2012. He displayed his skills and was selected for the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations by the Bafana Bafana coach, Gordon Igesund. Senzo’s memorable moments include saving penalties in the Champions League against TP Mazembe and Al Ahly, helping Orlando Pirates reach the final of the competition.
The nation was shocked by Senzo Meyiwa’s untimely death, and to this day, the case remains unsolved. Various theories and accusations have been put forward, but no one has been convicted of his murder.
Senzo Meyiwa’s talent and contributions to South African football will always be remembered. His tragic death serves as a reminder of the unresolved issues surrounding his murder and the need for a thorough investigation to bring justice to those responsible.
In conclusion, Zandile Khumalo’s recent revelation regarding the murder of Senzo Meyiwa has raised significant questions about the circumstances surrounding his death. The investigation into the case should consider all angles and thoroughly examine all individuals involved to uncover the truth and bring closure to this tragic event that shook the nation.