EWN welcomes all comments that are constructive, contribute to discussions in a meaningful manner and take stories forward. Meyiwa was shot as he was moving towards the door. The Citizen.
The burial ceremony was a much more intimate affair compared to the service held at the Moses Madiba Stadium. Police investigators close off the crime scene area at the house in Vosloorus, where Bafana Bafana Captain Senzo Meyiwa was shot dead last night, 27 October 2014. Speaking to The Citizen , one of the neighbours Edward Mavusa said he heard one or two gunshots followed by screams.
Reuse this content. A mobile police station was being set up on Tuesday afternoon outside the Umlazi, Durban, home where Senzo Meyiwa grew up. Sell Northern Cape to Namibia. Khoza will leave for Durban after this press conference to meet with Meyiwa's family.
SA continues to mourn Meyiwa. Meyiwa, a goalkeeper for South Africa and club team Orlando Pirates, was fatally shot on Sunday night in an apparent house robbery.
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Authorities have questioned 13 people since the shooting in the East Rand last week Sunday. Polices officers provided a guard of honor as scores of people looked on, both in the stadium at those watching on TV as the ceremony was televised.
Friend's Name: Dignitaries pay respects at Meyiwa home. Two officers folded the flag and saluted as they presented the flag to his wife, Mandisa Mkhize. If you see something, say something.Irvin Khoza's speech at Senzo Meyiwa's Funeral
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Despite this, and despite the formation of a multi-disciplinary task team to investigate the weekend murder, National Police Commissioner General Riah Phiyega denied any special treatment. Your Message: His death in Vosloorus township near Johannesburg led to an outpouring of dismay and anger in South Africa.