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9 Perish in Road Carnage near Mazoe Citrus

The vehicles burst into flames and the victims were burnt beyond recognition

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9 Perish in Road Carnage near Mazoe Citrus

Nine people died in a head-on collision close to Mazowe Citrus along the Harare-Bindura Road when two Honda Fit vehicles collided head-on at around 2 am on Monday.

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Minister of State for Provincial Affairs and Devolution Christopher Magomo confirmed the accident saying the vehicles burst into flames and the victims were burnt beyond recognition.

Police spokesperson Assistant Commissioner Paul Nyathi also confirmed the accident and said more details will emerge in due course.


The High Court of South Africa Eastern Cape Division sitting in Mthatha sentenced Yibanathi MacGyver Ndema (45) to life imprisonment for the murder of his wife whose remains were found buried under a bathtub in their marital home.

The incident, which shocked the community, happened in the Zingqayi area in the district of Butterworth in 2019.

Eastern Cape National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) spokesperson Luxolo Tyali said that the court further sentenced Ndema to five years on a charge of acting with intent to defeat the course of justice.

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9 Perish in Road Carnage near Mazoe Citrus

Ndema, murdered his wife Noluvuyo Nonkwelo (36), on 01 July 2019. Tyali said that “On 03 July 2019, Ndema reported his wife as a missing person to the police, even though he knew that was not true.

The marriage had been marred by domestic abuse, with the court convicting Ndema on 18 September 2018, 22 January and 27 June 2019 for assaulting his wife.

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The assaults were by a stick, clenched fists, open hands, burning her with hot water and pulling her with her hair.

Tyali said that Ndema was arrested in August 2021 after Nonkwelo’s remains were found buried underneath a bathtub in the bathroom of the house the couple shared.

The couple’s children alerted their grandparents that since their mother’s disappearance, the bathtub had been repositioned.

That prompted the police to search Ndema’s home leading to the discovery of the remains.

DNA results confirmed that the remains were indeed those of Nonkwelo and were released to her family for proper burial and postmortem results revealed that the deceased died because of a fractured neck.


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