North West billionaire Wandile Bozwana murder trial

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The North West Business Forum had offered a R2 million reward for any information that leads to the conviction of his killers.

How does that work? The info that led to the arrest and eventual conviction or producing material evidence (e.g. finding the murder weapon) that leads to conviction?
 

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Be very careful who you cross. Especially in this town. Life has little value and chances of you being caught and going to jail are slim

Not to nitpick, but :

A bit late, but read your post again. It doesn't make sense... why would I get caught and go to jail? :p

I think I understand what you meant to say :

"Life has little value, and chances of your murderer/hit man being caught and going to jail are slim"

Hopefully criminals will cross each other and put a hit on themselves...
 

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Not to nitpick, but :

A bit late, but read your post again. It doesn't make sense... why would I get caught and go to jail?

I think I understand what you meant to say :

"Life has little value, and chances of your murderer/hit man being caught and going to jail are slim"

Hopefully criminals will cross each other and put a hit on themselves...
Yes correct
 

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Cops seize getaway car, weapons in Bozwana murder case

JOHANNESBURG - Eyewitness News has learnt that police have seized what they believe to be the getaway car and murder weapons linked to the hit on businessman Wandile Bozwana.

Two men appeared in the Pretoria Magistrates Court today, after they were arrested in Johannesburg this week.

Bozwana was shot last month, when he and an employee were attacked as they stopped at a traffic light on Garsfontein Road in Pretoria.

He later died in hospital.

More at: http://ewn.co.za/2015/11/20/Police-seize-getaway-car-weapons-in-Wandile-Bozwana-case
 

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Bozwana murder plot thickens

Johannesburg - A high-powered team of Gauteng police detectives charged with investigating the assassination of slain ANC-linked billionaire Wandile Bozwana have shifted their focus to the North West province.

The Sunday Independent understands the team was following up on information that the alleged killers of Bozwana shared more than R1.6 million between them for their role in his murder.

It is believed the eight men were paid R200 000 each.

In a dramatic week following the arrests:

* The ANC in the province called on its members to refrain from pointing fingers at North West ANC chairman and Premier Supra Mahumapelo.

* Provincial secretary Dakota Legoete said the ANC also shared the view that Bozwana’s murder was a hit, while welcoming the arrest of two suspects.

* Mahumapelo’s lawyer, Pepsi Mataka, arrived in a Pretoria court on Friday where the two suspects were appearing.

Mataka said he attended the accused’s first appearance as an ordinary citizen of the country.

“You do not get an invitation to go to court. I was there like any other person,” he said. Mataka represents Mahumapelo in all personal and government legal matters.

The Sunday Independent understands the Gauteng task team members have moved to Mafikeng and surrounding areas to piece together information which could lead them to a suspect who knows the motive for Bozwana’s execution-style killing.

“He is no politician,” one of the sources said, claiming his arrest was likely to unearth the truth.

The police have since last week declined to comment on details about their investigations but confirmed they were on a manhunt.

The shift to the North West followed a major breakthrough on Wednesday when two suspects, aged 30 and 40, were nabbed in Olivenhoutbosch near Pretoria and another in Joburg.

The police executed the arrests a day after they visited Vryburg, also in the North West.

Officers interviewed a man “intensely” in Vryburg. He was not charged, but gave police information which led to Olivenhoutbosch and Joburg, where the two suspects were arrested.

Two other suspects fled the scene.

The arrested pair made their first appearance in the Pretoria Magistrate’s Court on Friday and were charged with murder, attempted murder and possession of a stolen vehicle.

They were not asked to plead on the charges. Instead, the court issued an order prohibiting the publication of their names and pictures or video recordings of their first appearance.
The order was issued after the prosecution told the court a probe into the death was ongoing. The case against them was postponed until December 9.

More at:http://www.iol.co.za/news/crime-courts/bozwana-murder-plot-thickens-1.1948916#.VlG7qOI99hE
 

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‘Bozwana blocked ANC Premier League tenders’

Johannesburg - Four months before he was killed, North West billionaire Wandile Bozwana successfully stopped the former North West Human Settlements MEC Collen Maine from distributing tenders worth R470 million.

This is among the latest allegations that Bozwana’s supporters believe could also have led to him being killed execution-style last month.

Bozwana was shot and killed on the N1 near Garsfontein off-ramp in Pretoria on October 2. He was with a female companion when his attackers fired nine bullets into his body.

Last week, a special Gauteng police task team nabbed two suspected killers of Bozwana, in what they believe is a major breakthrough in their investigations.

The men, aged 30 and 40, briefly appeared in the Pretoria Magistrate’s Court on Friday for the first time. They were remanded until December 9.

More at:http://www.iol.co.za/news/crime-cou...premier-league-tenders-1.1949152#.VlLw_-KhFhE
 

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Bring on the hit - murdered businessman Bozwana's colleague

Karabo Ngoepe, News24

Pretoria - A business colleague of murdered North West businessman Wandile Bozwana has dared assassins to come after him following revelations of an alleged hit list.

Former Ngaka Modiri Molema District Municipality mayor Themba Gwabeni said he was prepared to take on hitmen and would "fight fire with fire".

Gwabeni's name allegedly appears on the list along with those of North West Business Forum secretary-general Sello Mogodiri and chairperson Fana Moraka. It is not clear how many names were on the list.

Police spokesperson Captain Paul Ramaloko, however, has said police were not aware of any hit list.

Bozwana, who was chairperson of the forum before his death, was apparently at the top of the list. He was murdered in October when he and another colleague were targeted on the N1 Garsfontein off-ramp in Pretoria.

A BMW M3 pulled up next to their car and a man jumped out and started shooting. The assailant then jumped back into his car and sped off. Bozwana was hit by at least nine bullets. He died in hospital while his female colleague survived.

Bozwana was outspoken against corruption in the North West.

The forum has in recent months strongly criticised the provincial government and Premier Supra Mahumapelo in particular for favouritism when awarding government contracts.

Two men, aged 30 and 40, have since been arrested in connection with Bozwana's murder.

Members of the forum believe a hit was ordered on Bozwana in a bid to silence him because he spoke out openly against corruption and the alleged blacklisting of some companies by the provincial government.

"I’m ready to fight fire with fire," said a defiant Gwabeni.

"We will see who dies between me and them. I have internalised this thing and if there is fire, I'm also going to exchange fire. I have accepted that you can't live your life while looking over your shoulder. If you get hit, you get hit.

"If we get killed in the course of seeking justice, then so be it. The show will, however, go on. We will not be intimidated."

Gwabeni said he had been advised by Mogodiri to be careful and beef up his security but he maintained that he would not live in fear in a democratic country.

"I briefed my family about it and told them that should anything happen, then so be it. I can't live in fear. One has taken a conscious decision that we can't be silent, we will continue to raise issues," he said.

Gwabeni said that despite the danger they would remain true to who they were and continue to fight against wrongdoing.

"We were demoralised by Bozwana's death but at least there has been a breakthrough. That is hope that should we also die, the perpetrators will be found.

"The architects of these things will be caught. Tyrants can't be allowed to do as they please. I wonder if those behind these will eat us after killing us?"

Gwabeni believed Bozwana's murder would open a can of worms that would expose other murders in the North West.

Mogodiri said the forum took the list seriously. He called on law enforcement agencies to protect its members.

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Bozwana suspects claim torture by cops

Pretoria - Allegations of police assault and torture were made by the two men accused of murdering North West businessman Wandile Bozwana.

Sipho Dludla and Matamela Motapa who appeared in court inside the Kgosi Mampuru II Correctional Centre on Wednesday, accused the police of torturing them into confessing to having murdered Bozwana.

“They (the accused) informed me during the consultation that they were made to sign confessions. However, I would like to place on record that those confessions weren’t signed voluntarily. They informed me that they were assaulted, and tortured. Their faces were covered with what appears to be a tube that suffocated them to the point that they had to agree to sign the confessions,” said advocate Victor Nkhwashu, acting for the two accused.

The form of torture alleged to have been used is colloquially called “tubing” and involves covering someone’s head with a plastic bag or some form of inner tubing material.

Sometimes the plastic bag or tubing is filled with water.

Magistrate Magowanbal Naidoo asked if the accused needed medical attention or hospital services and they both said no.


More at:http://sbeta.iol.co.za/news/crime-courts/bozwana-suspects-claim-torture-by-cops-1958220
 

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Bozwana family suspects political interference in case

Karabo Ngoepe, News24

Pretoria - The family of murdered North West businessman Wandile Bozwana said they believed the case was being moved to the Hawks as a bid to protect high-ranking individuals.

They allege the case was also moved as a result of political interference.

The Hawks, however, have denied this, saying they took on the case due to the nature of the crime.

But Bozwana's brother and family spokesperson Benedict told News24 that they were happy with the work of the police team who had been handling the case so far. The team had recently had a breakthrough when a prominent businessman, who was arrested for other serious crimes, was also linked to the Bozwana murder.

“As a family we are ... delighted that at least there is a good outcome out of this whole thing but we are just perturbed about the fact that it looks like there is an element of [interference] from top politicians in this case,” he said.

He said the family was told that there was an instruction "from above" that the docket must be handed over to the Hawks.

“We were just told that the docket must be handed over from the current investigators who have ... done 80% of the job correctly and successfully.”

Bozwana died in hospital after being ambushed in what is believed to be a hit in October 2015.

Police said the Clio driven by Bozwana’s female companion was stationary at the traffic light on the N1 Garsfontein off-ramp when a BMW M3 pulled up next to them. A man jumped out and started pumping a hail of bullets at the businessman. He jumped back into the BMW, which sped off.

Bozwana, 43, was hit by at least nine bullets. His companion, who was hit by two, survived the attack.

Two men were arrested in 2015 in connection with the murder. When arrested, the men were found in possession of firearms as well as ammunition. They were also charged for being in possession of a suspected stolen vehicle.

They were also found in possession of jammers and were charged for contravening the Electronic Communications Act, which makes the possession of the unlicensed devices illegal. They faced charges of murder, attempted murder, and possession of a stolen vehicle.

They appeared in court in December where the matter was postponed to February 17 for further police investigation.

Hawks spokesperson Brigadier Hangwani Mulaudzi told News24 that “a person of interest” was brought to them on Friday. He said the man, a prominent businessman, was not initially wanted in connection with the murder but investigations revealed he had a hand in the crime.

“This person was wanted for other cases not related to Bozwana and those are the charges he has been incarcerated with now. Our investigations are linking him to the Bozwana case however we are still busy with the ... investigations to formalise everything,” said Mulaudzi.

A source close to the investigation told News24 that the businessman allegedly acquired the services of the gunman and orchestrated the hit. He was the alleged mastermind.

“It is not known why but all that will be revealed when he appears in court on Tuesday,” said the source.

Despite expressing satisfaction regarding the arrest, the family maintained that the transfer of the docket did not sit well with them.

However, Mulaudzi said,“The Hawks are investigating Bozwana’s case because of the nature of the execution of the incident. We could see that it was in an organised fashion. It has now been brought to us. We only got it last week and the people in the organised crime [unit] are looking at it.

Mulaudzi added that the Hawks would be working with the previous team.

“The previous team that was working on this case is still part of it but it is now being run from the Hawks office,” he said.

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Man linked to Bozwana hit due in court on housebreaking charges

Karabo Ngoepe, News24

Pretoria - A man linked on Friday to the killing of North West businessman Wandile Bozwana is expected to appear in the Pretoria Magistrate's Court on Wednesday on unrelated charges.

According to the National Prosecuting Authority’s Luvuyo Mfaku, the man has three other outstanding warrants for his arrest. "He will be appearing tomorrow, but not for the Bozwana matter," said Mfaku.

He added that police investigations were still underway to establish the extent of his involvement in the Bozwana hit.

"Police will decide on when to link him and if he will be appearing with the two others," said Mfaku.

Hawks spokesperson Brigadier Hangwani Mulaudzi said the suspect had three warrants of arrest relating to house breaking charges in Gauteng.

The man was arrested last week when he handed himself over to the Brooklyn police station in Pretoria.

Mulaudzi told News24 that the man was not initially wanted in connection with the murder, but investigations had revealed he might have had a hand in the crime.

Bozwana died in hospital after being ambushed in what is believed to be a hit while he was a passenger in a yellow Renault Clio in October.

Police said the Clio, driven by Bozwana’s female companion, was stationary at the traffic light on the N1 Garsfontein off-ramp when a BMW M3 pulled up next to them. A man jumped out and started pumping a hail of bullets into the businessman. The man jumped back into the BMW, which sped off.

The 43-year-old Bozwana was hit by at least nine bullets. His companion, who was hit by two, survived the attack.

Two men were arrested last year in connection with the murder. When arrested, they were found in possession of semi-automatic and automatic rifles as well as ammunition. They were also charged for being in possession of a suspected stolen vehicle.

Additionally, they were found in possession of jammers and were charged for contravening the Electronic Communications Act, which makes the possession of the unlicensed devices illegal. They faced charges of murder, attempted murder, and possession of a stolen vehicle.

They appeared in court in December, where the matter was postponed to February 17 for further investigation.

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Another postponement in Bozwana case

Pretoria – Three men accused of killing businessman Wandile Bozwana had their case postponed yet again when they appeared in the Pretoria Magistrate’s Court on Wednesday.

Prosecutor Matric Luphondo asked the court to postpone it to June 22 to allow the Director of Public Prosecutions to make a decision on how to proceed with the matter.

The court has ordered that the three may not be named. They face charges of murder and attempted murder.

Defence lawyer Victor Nkwashu did not oppose the postponement and indicated he had been given a copy of the provisional charge sheet.*

"I was made to understand that there might be further investigations and they would inform us,” he said.Bozwana died in hospital after being ambushed, in what is believed to be a hit, while he was a passenger in a yellow Renault Clio in

October.Police said the Clio, driven by Bozwana’s female companion Mpho Baloyi, was stationary at a traffic light on the N1 Garsfontein off-ramp when a BMW M3 pulled up next to them.A man jumped out and opened fire. The

43-year-old Bozwana was hit by at least nine bullets. Baloyi, who was hit twice, survived.Two men were arrested last year in connection with the murder. They were found in possession of semi-automatic and automatic rifles and

ammunition.The third man was arrested in January. Police said he was the alleged mastermind behind the crime. He*was arrested when he handed himself over in connection with crimes not related to the murder. His involvement in the

case was established during investigations.

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Bozwana court case 'taking too long'

Pretoria - Wandile Bozwana’s family were unhappy with the pace of his murder court case after it was postponed yet again in the Kgosi Mampuru II Prison Court on Wednesday.

Benedict Bozwana, Wandile’s brother and the family spokesman, said on Wednesday that the family felt the court case was taking too long.

“We are not so happy. It is taking too long. There are too many postponements. This is weighing very heavily on the family. We want to know who murdered our brother and who ordered the hit,” Benedict said.

Four men - who cannot be identified by order of the court - appeared on Wednesday, charged with the billionaire businessman's murder.

More at: http://www.iol.co.za/news/crime-courts/bozwana-court-case-taking-too-long-2037777
 

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Case against four accused of killing Bozwana transferred to high court

The case against four men accused of the execution-style killing of ANC-connected businessman Wandile Bozwana has been transferred to the high court.

The suspects appeared in the prison court in Kgosi Mampuru II prison in Pretoria on Wednesday where magistrate Bheki Ntshingila transferred the case to the Pretoria high court.

Sipho Hudla‚ Matamela Motapa‚ Paul Khuma and Vusi Mathibela stand accused of killing Bozwana‚ who was gunned down in a car in October 2015.

He succumbed to injuries he sustained after he was hit by a hail of bullets.

At the time he was travelling with a female companion in a car‚ which was ambushed when it stopped at a traffic light on the Garsfontein offramp on the N1 highway.

The hit on Bozwana was widely believed to be connected to his court battle against the North West government.

Three of the suspects were arrested a month after the attack and one in July last year. They were charged with murder and attempted murder. They earlier told the court that they were taxi owners with five children each.

Hudla‚ Motapa and Khuma were denied bail while Mathibela was granted R50‚000 bail in the Pretoria Magistrate's Court on Wednesday.

More at: http://www.timeslive.co.za/local/20...of-killing-Bozwana-transferred-to-high-court1
 

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Taxi boss linked to assassination of businessman Bozwana

Johannesburg – A KwaZulu-Natal minibus taxi boss has been linked to the assassination of businessman Wandile Bozwana, said the Hawks on Wednesday.

Hawks spokesperson Brigadier Hangwani Mulaudzi said a warrant of arrest for Senzo Mncube, who owns several taxis in KwaZulu-Natal, was issued recently.

"He has been linked through our investigations, but we believe that he was part of the men that were caught in the matter," Mulaudzi said.

According to Mulaudzi, Mncube owns several taxis that are not registered under his real name.

Bozwana was killed in a hail of bullets in 2015 on the N1 Garsfontein off-ramp.

Police said at the time that the Clio driven by Bozwana's female companion was stationary at the traffic light at the off-ramp, when a BMW M3 pulled up next to them. A man jumped out and started pumping bullets into the car. The man jumped back into the BMW, which sped off.

The 43-year-old Bozwana was hit by at least nine bullets, five in the lower back. His companion, who was shot twice, survived the attack.

Two men were initially arrested. They were found in possession of semi-automatic and automatic rifles and ammunition. The third man was arrested in January 2016.

A fourth man was released on R50 000 bail.

Bozwana was chairperson of the North West Business Forum. Members of the forum believed a hit was ordered on Bozwana in a bid to silence him because he spoke out against corruption and the alleged blacklisting of some companies by the provincial government and its premier, Supra Mahumapelo.

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Bozwana tried to shield lover from bullets, court hears

Pretoria - The business partner and lover of North West billionaire Wandile Bozwana told the North Gauteng High Court in Pretoria that she heard several shots being fired at them as they stopped their car at the Garsfontein off-ramp, east of Pretoria, in October 2015 but she could not see where the shots came from or who fired them.
Mpho Baloyi was severely injured when about 12 shots were fired at her and Bozwana. She, however, recovered in hospital from her injuries.

Bozwana, who was in the passenger seat of the car driven by Baloyi, died a few hours after the shooting in the Unitas Hospital.

He tried to shield Baloyi from the bullets by leaning over to her side and covering his body with his.

The four men accused of the murder and attempted murder this week pleaded not guilty to the charges. They said they knew nothing about the incident.

More at: http://www.iol.co.za/news/crime-cou...hield-lover-from-bullets-court-hears-10010998
 

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Motive for billionaire Bozwana's murder still unknown

Pretoria - The early afternoon assassination of North West billionaire Wandile Bozwana in October 2015 at the Garsfontein off-ramp on the N1 still remains a mystery.

And with the trial of his suspected murderers in its fourth day, not one of the witnesses has identified the people involved. A motive behind the killing has also not been divulged.

Bozwana was at the time of his death embroiled in legal proceedings with the North West province regarding alleged tender irregularities.

His lover, Mpho Baloyi, who was driving the car on the day of the shooting, and who was severely injured by the bullets, has testified that she had no idea who fired the shots or exactly where they came from.

She told the Gauteng High Court, Pretoria, that she simply saw the door open of a luxury BMW sports car, which stopped behind them at a red traffic light at the off-ramp.

However, she did not see if anyone got out of the vehicle or who fired the shots that killed Bozwana.

Another witness, who worked in the vicinity of the off-ramp, testified that he heard shots and saw someone from a distance shooting, but he, too, could not identify the gunman.

Taxi owner Mmiselani Dlamini took the stand on Thursday and testified that he knew three of the accused - Sipho Patrick Hudla, 34, Matamela Robert Mutapa, 40 and Bonginkosi Paul Khumalo, 36. All of them were members of the Alexandra Taxi Association.

However, he did not know accused Vusi Reginald Mathibela, 30, the man the State claimed pointed Bozwana out to the other accused at Sandton City shortly before the incident.

Dlamini testified that he and the three accused he knew were at the office of the taxi association on the morning before the incident.

More at: http://www.iol.co.za/news/south-afr...onaire-bozwanas-murder-still-unknown-10065199
 

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CCTV footage expected to shed light on Bozwana's murder


The High Court in Pretoria is set to view and make a determination on close-circuit television footage of several locations visited by North West businessman Wandile Bozwana and his partner on the day of his murder in October 2015.

A large screen has been erected in the packed GC courtroom to beam the footages that the prosecutor‚ advocate Jeniffer Cronje‚ believes are “relevant and real evidence”.

She said the footages captured the movements of Bozwana and his lover‚ Mpho Baloyi‚ who was wounded in the hail of bullets fired at the Renault Clio she was driving with Bozwana in the passenger seat.

Judge Papi Mosopa is on Monday expected to make a ruling on the admissibility of the footages as evidence once they have been viewed in court.

The duo was ambushed at a traffic light on the Garsfontein off-ramp of the N1 highway in Pretoria.

Bozwana died at the Unitas Hospital.

More at: https://www.timeslive.co.za/news/so...ge-expected-to-shed-light-on-bozwanas-murder/
 

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Bozwana’s attackers overtook his car at ‘high speed’ after shooting


Murdered North West tycoon Wandile Bozwana’s girlfriend and business partner has told the High Court in Pretoria that the BMW M3 whose occupants shot at their car overtook her at a high speed as she drove off to seek help after the shooting.

Mpho Baloyi testified on Tuesday that they had not seen the BMW anywhere until they had stopped at the Garfontein off-ramp from the N1 when a man jumped out of the vehicle and opened fire on their car.

She said after the shooting she drove off and skipped the red robot‚ driving at a high speed to seek help.

“I was already afraid…the robot that we skipped was at the off-ramp where we got shot at‚” Baloyi said.

She agreed that the BMW is not visible in the footage of Garsfontein road where she was driving after the shooting‚ saying this could be because the BMW was travelling at a high speed.

Asked how she was able to ascertain that the BMW was driving at high speed‚ Baloyi said she was able to establish this because she herself was driving at a high speed to get help but the BMW overtook her‚ indicating that it was driving at a high speed.

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CCTV footage sheds light at murder trial of businessman Bozwana

Pretoria - A senior police forensic analyst has detailed to the High Court in Pretoria the techniques used in analysing close-circuit television (CCTV) footage to map out the movements of four men accused of the murder of North West businessman, Wandile Bozwana and his business partner and lover Mpho Baloyi.

Captain Ludumo Gqotso, who took the witness stand on Wednesday for the prosecution, told the court that on 23 November 2015 he received a sealed exhibit bag with four storage devices, two USBs and two DVD discs, each sealed in a separate exhibit bag, from the investigating officer.

He then set out to analyse the footage in the storage devices by capturing images and using image enhancement techniques to enlarge and brighten the images for a clearer view.

“My role was to capture images, enhance those that were not clear and compile a picture album,” he said.

Gqotso, who has more than 12 years experience as a forensic analyst, said he then used arrows on the images to mark the suspects as well as Bozwana and Baloyi.

More at: https://www.iol.co.za/news/south-af...-murder-trial-of-businessman-bozwana-13643419
 
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