South African singer and one of the initial suspects in the Senzo Meyiwa murder case Zandie Khumalo has pleaded with South African President Cyril Ramaphosa to prioritise the Senzo Meyiwa murder case.
His appeal comes on the heel of the recent firing of the presiding judge Maumela, who had allegedly taken ill, leading to an indefinite postponement of the case which had already been postponed multiple times in the past.
Zansi Khumalo wrote President Ramphosa an open letter, asking that the case be prioritised while also making a couple of demands that would see to a quicker resolution. She shared the open letter on her verified Instagram page.
She noted that, for the sake of the families seeking closure, one court should be specifically made for the hearing of the case and a specific law team be appointed to deal with nothing else but the case.
She admitted toward the end of the letter that what she suggested might not be the traditional way of doing things but it should expedite the process anyway. You can check out her post below.
Senzo Meyi was shot dead in 2014 in the home of his then-girlfriend and Zandie’s sister Kelly Khumalo. The incident was initially ruled to be a robbery gone wrong.