Zandile Gumede’s Statement Sheds Light on Kelly Khumalo’s Involvement

Amidst the ongoing trial concerning the tragic death of Senzo Meyiwa, Zandile “Zandie” Gumede, sister of Kelly Khumalo, took to social media to express solidarity with her sister.

Recent proceedings at the Pretoria High Court have once again thrust Kelly Khumalo into the limelight, shedding new light on the circumstances surrounding Meyiwa’s untimely demise.

Reactions to Startling Testimonies

Following shocking revelations in court, particularly Muzikawukhulelwa Sibiya’s claims implicating Kelly Khumalo, Zandie Gumede shared a poignant message alongside a photo of Kelly and their mother.

Her caption exuded hope and faith amidst the tumultuous allegations, stating, “Bo Mashobane, we are almost there; God is at work.”


Kelly Khumalo, Zandie and Senzo Meyiwa-Image Source@Instagram
Kelly Khumalo, Zandie and Senzo Meyiwa-Image Source@Instagram

She went on to reflect, “There’s an English saying that goes ‘lies will travel halfway across the world while the truth is still putting on its shoes and tying its laces.’ The truth has finally finished putting its shoes on and the journey must begin.”

Unveiling Crucial Details

Within the courtroom, a series of confessions and testimonies painted a complex picture of the events leading to Senzo Meyiwa’s tragic death.

Bongani Sandiso Ntanzi, a former mineworker, admitted to receiving R45,000 for his involvement in the incident. Alongside Ntanzi, several others are facing trial, each pleading not guilty.

Despite the defendants’ claims of innocence, Judge Ratha Mokgoatlheng deemed the admissions made by Sibiya and Ntanzi as voluntary, further complicating the legal proceedings.

Tensions within the group escalated due to disagreements over payment, culminating in Sibiya allegedly divulging details of Meyiwa’s murder. Family intervention ensued, with an agreement to maintain silence about the incident.

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