Two KZN males have been arrested in reference to the homicide of a taxi boss.
Two hitmen who had been allegedly in reference to the homicide of a KwaZulu-Natal taxi boss have now been apprehended.
The lads of age 25 and 40 had been declared wanting following an alleged hit on Eric Mdabe, who’s the pinnacle of the Inteke Taxi Affiliation in Mariannhill. Mdabe was gunned down again in April.
Their arrest was doable after a mutual effort of Umlazi K9 unit and the provincial taxi job staff unit on Tuesday. They had been in a position to arrest the 2 males at a buying centre in Umlazi and an off-the-cuff settlement respectively.
“The suspects are additionally linked to the homicide of Mandla Gcwensa and Sthembiso Mnyandu, who had been murdered on January 17 2020 at Engonyameni Reserve alongside Mangosuthu Freeway,” stated police spokesperson Capt Nqobile Gwala.
“It’s alleged that the 2 victims had been seated of their car after they had been attacked by unknown individuals who opened fireplace, fatally wounding them.”
“They sustained a number of gunshot wounds on the physique and head. Expenses of homicide had been opened on the Bhekithemba police station for investigation,” stated Gwala.
Nonetheless, one of many caught suspects was in connection to a enterprise theft in Isipingo, he stated.