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Jeffrey Zikhali Issued Warning on Facebook

His body was thrown out of the vehicle and discovered on Saturday morning along the R102

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Jeffrey Zikhali Issued Warning on Facebook

South Africans are reeling in shock after the body of TV presenter Jeffrey Zikhali was found on the side of a busy road following what appeared to be a botched hijacking.

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The SABC confirmed the news of the journalist’s death.

According to the broadcaster, Zikhala was gunned down while en route to his home in Empangeni, KwaZulu-Natal.

According to the SABC, Jeffrey Zikhali – a TV presenter, news anchor, and former government spokesperson – was killed on Friday night by unknown gunmen.

His body was thrown out of the vehicle and discovered on Saturday morning along the R102.

Zikhali, who worked at the SABC, eNCA, and BBC, had been travelling home to KZN when the tragedy struck.

Police spokesperson Robert Netshiunda said a murder investigation had been opened.

He said:

Police were on routine patrol when they stumbled upon a body, cell phone, and a driver’s license, which assisted in identifying the man.

He was declared dead on the scene. The motive of the killing and the suspect are unknown at this stage.

Meanwhile, Jeffrey Zikhali had been active on his Facebook account in the lead-up to his untimely death.

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Just hours before the hijacking occurred, the seasoned TV star shared a “warning” about a tree branch that had fallen and obstructed the R74 where he had been travelling.

A day before, he shared pictures of damaged roads in the Pietermaritzburg area.

A week before his death, Jeffrey Zikhali shared a bittersweet post about his mother, who died last year.

He shared:

Make sure your old mom doesn’t have to wait any longer. Visit her, love her, hug the one who loved you like no one else ever will.

Because the brain gets old, but the heart of a mother never gets old. No person will love you like your mother.

Jeffrey Zikhali Issued Warning on Facebook


Makhadzi is reportedly owing the South African Revenue Services (SARS) over R6 million.

The star owns numerous assets, which include houses and cars.

According to Zimoja, a source revealed that the singer’s former manager and record label, Open Mic Productions is to be blamed for the debt.

She worked with two managers. Both these management companies failed to assist her with filing her taxes. This has caused a heavy backlog for the singer.

When she joined Open Mic, she was already owing, and the debt accumulated.

She cannot afford to have those taken away from her. So, she will fix it.

Makhadzi’s manager Lucky Tshilimandila confirmed that the singer is in debt.

Yes, we acknowledge the debt. It goes back to 2016. Makhadzi currently has an arrangement with SARS.

With that, we want to make sure that we do everything according to the book. We went out and got new accountants to deal directly with the issue.

The same way we got a legal team to take care of all paperwork and legalities. Makhadzi is learning.

We can blame her when she doesn’t give a great performance on stage but we can’t blame her for accounting issues and tax matters.


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