‘The signs were there since last year’ Mzansi shocked after seeing Ieaked chats between Bianca the police officer who was stabbed to death by Durban Metro Police boyfriend. See their chats here

The court gallery overflowed with grief-stricken faces as Durban Metro Police officer Yolanda Bianca Khuzwayo’s loved ones gathered for the first court appearance of Sizwe Clinton Ngema, the 27-year-old accused of her murder.

Ngema appeared stoic as he stood before the Durban Magistrate’s Court, charged with stabbing his girlfriend, a fellow metro police officer, in their Durban flat on Joseph Nduli Street. The tragic incident unfolded on March 31, sending shockwaves through the community, exacerbated by the circulation of graphic videos depicting Khuzwayo’s final moments on social media.

While Durban Metro Police spokesperson Boysie Zungu offered condolences, details remained sparse due to an ongoing police investigation.

Ngema, facing charges of murder and theft, showed no remorse as the state proposed adding premeditated murder to the list, emphasizing the case’s spotlight on domestic and gender-based violence.

The court adjourned for bail consideration until April 9, leaving Khuzwayo’s loved ones to grapple with the loss and seek justice.

In a heartbreaking revelation, Bianca had previously shared intimate chats with her boyfriend on TikTok, depicting declarations of enduring love and commitment. These once-heartfelt messages now serve as haunting reminders of the tragic outcome.

The nation mourns another victim of gender-based violence, prompting renewed calls for awareness and action against domestic abuse.

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