Gauteng police are investigating an execution-style killing after discovering an unknown woman inside her car in Midrand on 15 June.
According to law enforcement, police found a bullet-riddled blue Hyundai i20 on the side of the road on arrival at the scene. The woman had sustained multiple gunshot wounds.
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Woman riddled with bullet holes
Police spokesperson Dimakatso Sello said the incident allegedly happened near Olifantsfontein and Allandale roads. Sello confirmed that police are following leads in the case while the reason for the shooting is still unclear.
In the meantime, police are urging anyone with information to contact the nearest police station. Alternatively, they can call the Crime Stop Line at 08600 10111.
‘Killer’ of pregnant Kimberley woman denied bail
The alleged killer of a pregnant Northern Cape woman will stay put behind bars until his next appearance in the Kimberley Magistrate’s Court.
Magistrate Salome Maimane-Booi left no room for interpretation in her bail judgment as she brought down her gavel on Monday. Her ruling was against Anthony Wilkinson, who allegedly stabbed his pregnant girlfriend, Danielle Van Der Linde, 28, to death in her home last month.
However, after initially being on the lam for the murder of the mother of two, Wilkinson handed himself over to the police on 16 May.
Police arrest man for murder
A senseless stabbing incident in the Emalahleni suburb of Ackerville last Sunday is concerning for Mpumalanga police. Two men had a heated argument which escalated into a fight before one of them pulled out a knife and allegedly stabbed the other in the upper body.
The suspect reportedly fled soon afterwards. Vosman police were called to the scene and the victim was rushed to a nearby hospital for treatment.
However, he succumbed to his injuries not long after arriving at the facility. Authorities identified the deceased as Dumisani Mahlangu, 29. Police opened and are investigating a murder docket.
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