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Volume 03, 13 February 2014, Week 07

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Taxi violence claims lives in Vosloorus Charity Moyo charity@tametimes.co.za Vusi Buthelezi (35), a taxi owner and a member of Vosloorus Boksburg District Taxi Association (VBDTA), and his relative Philani Buthelezi were shot and killed next to MC Botha at Ebasuthwini Hostel in Vosloorus. Captain Mega Ndobe, communications officer of Katlehong police station said it is alleged that the incident is related to taxi violence. The two deceased were sitting inside a red Toyota Conquest, parked next to MC Botha drive at Basuthwini Hostel in Vosloorus. The car they were using belonged to late Vusi Buthelezi. A grey BMW stopped next to them. It is alleged that the occupants of the BMW started shooting at the Toyota. “The two brothers died on the scene and two people residing in the area, who were metres away from the incident, were also injured and taken to the hospital. We suspect that the incident is related to taxi violence. During the investigation police discovered that

several cartridges used are from a pistol and AK firearms. No arrests have been made. The suspects are still at large and police are continuing with the investigations,” said Ndobe. According to a source close to VBDTA, who wanted to remain anonymous, the association has a big conflict with another association that he did not want to disclose the name of. He suspects that the association might have led to the death of their member. Attempts to get a comment from the taxi association drew a blank, as they refused to comment when the paper was going for print. The distraught brother of the deceased, Mulamuli Buthelezi said, “It is a very terrible, painful incident and the family has lost brothers, fathers and siblings. We appeal to the law enforcement agencies to arrest the perpetrators of the incident.” Vusi Buthelezi leaves his wife and 11 children. He will be buried on 15 February at his rural home in KwaZulu-Natal. In another taxi violence incident, a 39-year-old member of Vosloorus Boksburg Danswart Taxi Association was

recently shot and killed next to Sebenza taxi rank in Vosloorus. It is alleged that he was driving a patrol car when a red Mazda 323 blocked his car and started firing. He died

alone on the scene. Twenty-five bullets were fired. The SAPS provincial taxi unit is investigating the incidents.

The paramedics lifting up the body of the deceased who was killed during the shooting.


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Vosloorus police detectives are looking for Bongani Dladla, who is believed to be in his late 30s, for question regarding the murder of his son, who was found dead and dumped in a house in Hlongwane section, Katlehong on 17 August 2013. The boy was found with bruises, his body burnt WANTED: Bongani Dladla. and with other signs of abuse. Captain Piet Rossouw, communications officer of Vosloorus Police Station said, “We are appealing to people with information regarding Bongani Dladla’s whereabouts to contact the police. We believe that he might be around Ekurhuleni. He does not have an ID, but we believe that he is in his late 30s. We also believe that he will help us with information that will lead us to apprehend the suspect who is involved in the killing of his son.” The story of the boy appeared last year on the front page of tame TIMES with the identikit of the deceased. The mother of the child was identified and arrested for child neglect and the charges were later withdrawn by the court. It is alleged that the deceased was staying with his father and stepmother at a Thokoza hostel. The biological mother of the deceased alleges that she took the boy to stay with his father because she was unable to take care of him. She claims that she wanted to see the boy and was told on 12 November 2013 that the child went missing. According to police investigations, a friend of the boy’s father opened a false missing child case at Thokoza Police Station on 11 October. The man was arrested and charged with perjury. The police battled to find photographs of the deceased’s father, until they met a friend who gave it to them. Anyone with any information on Dladla’s whereabouts can contact either Warrant Officer Polane Mokadi at 083 551 5057 or Constable John Lekalakala at 072 623 1447.

Kidnappers nabbed and victim freed Charity Moyo charity@tametimes.co.za A Vosloorus-based Bangladeshi national has been released by Vosloorus police detectives after four days of solitary confinement at a house in Tsakane. Tebogo Mohabi (37) and Cornelious Ntshali Ntshali (50), South African nationals, have been arrested in connection with the abduction case. According to Captain Piet Rossouw, the brother of the victim reported his brother Constable Lesiba Trevor Kekana and Warrant Officer Ophrus Mokapu Maedi missing on 24 January to are the detectives who worked hard in making sure that the perpetrators the embassy. The case was referred to the local police. He were arrested and the victim freed. Bangladeshi suspect. Rossouw said Mohabi led them to said the brother alleges that the suspect phoned him and demanded R50 000 for a house in Tsakane were the victim was kept. “The victim the release of his brother. He said they negotiated up was chained by his hands and legs and kept in the house to R40 000. The brother made his first R5000 deposit at garage. Cornelious Ntshali Ntshali, the owner of the Shoprite money market and it was withdrawn at Tsakane house, was also arrested and charged with kidnapping. Shoprite. The second R5000 was withdrawn at Brakpan The R10 000, which was taken from the victim’s brother, was not recovered. The two suspects claim that the Shoprite. “The police detectives used the suspects’ and the victim’s money was taken by the Bangladeshi suspect who is still brother’s cell phone numbers and the Shoprite money at large,” he said. market to trace the suspects. The suspects needed an The victim said that he doesn’t know the Bangladeshi ID to withdraw the money. We contacted Shoprite head suspect, but they met at a shop and exchanged contact office and with the third withdrawal a notice was made details. The victim claims that he was looking for a shop at Boksburg. The suspects asked a cleaner working at to rent and the suspect called him and lied about finding the mall to withdraw the money for them. The cleaner him one. He was then kidnapped in Vosloorus and taken was caught and not arrested, but used as a witness and to Tsakane. helped to identify the suspects. Tebogo Mohabi was Tebogo Mohabi and Cornelious Ntshali Ntshali appeared arrested at the mall and admitted that he is involved in at the Vosloorus court facing charges of kidnapping. The the incident with another Bangladeshi national who is the case was deferred for further investigations and bail application. mastermind,” said Rossouw. He said they could not find or get a hold of the

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Colour Blocking won soccer tourney Lebo Mosolodi lebo.kathorus@tametimes.co.za The inaugural Kick Off Against Gender Based Violence Soccer Tournament held at Vosloorus Congo Soccer Grounds was won by Colour Blocking Football Club. Four Kathorus soccer teams competed in the soccer tournament, namely Mdavo, Sunrise United, Dikole Killers and Colour Blocking Football Club. In the first semi-final, Mdavo FC played against Sunrise United FC. Sunrise United FC proceeded to the finals by winning 1-0 against their opponents. In the second semi-finals, Dikole Killers was pitted against

Colour Blockings FC. The stylish Colour Blocking team thrashed their opponents 3-0 and marched to the finals. Colour Blocking walloped their opponents 2-0 in the finals. The stylish Colour Blocking team won the trophy, gold medals and walked home R1200 richer. Colour Blocking coach Siya Mthembu was impressed about the overall performance of his team. They have played 180 minutes of soccer without conceding a single goal, but managed to score five goals against their opponents. “Our star performer on the day was Mphilisi Selepe. He scored three goals in both matches, coming from the midfield

Colour Blocking Football Club midfielder (purple and gold outfit) launches an attack against Dikole Killers in (black and gold outfit).

position. We would like to urge local soccer teams to participate in the second edition of this football tournament to take place during Easter Holidays on the very same soccer grounds. Our team will definitely be defending their crown,” said Mthembu. The event organiser Tshepo Matoku was pleased about the standard of soccer displayed by all teams participating in the soccer tourney. He said there are limited

soccer tournaments taking place in Kathorus, hence they have come up with this new soccer initiative. “There is lot of hidden talent that was showcased during this inaugural tournament. We urge soccer scouts to attend our next soccer tournament to witness hidden talent unfold in this part of Ekurhuleni,” concluded Matoku.


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