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Another suspect on cops’ most wanted list in connection with Matsapha murder

By Thokozani Mazibuko

Police continue to crack the Matsapha Businessman murder case as another suspect has been enlisted on their most wanted list.

Just a few days after the arrest of the sixth suspect, ex-convict, Selby Sigaga Dlamini in Nhlangano, the Royal Eswatini Police Service have called on the public to assist on the whereabouts of Sifiso Magagula of Dvokolwako in the Manzini Region.

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The Matsapha Businessman was allegedly kidnapped, robbed and later murdered. Police have identified Sifiso Magagula as the other suspect who played a part with Selby Sigaga Dlamini in the brutal murder of the late businessman.

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Dlamini’s role in the role and the subsequent murder of the late businessman was revealed during his remand hearing earlier this week at the Manzini Magistrate Court where he was slapped with 4 charges of robbery, kidnapping, theft and murder.

The REPS have already placed Sifiso Magagula on their most wanted list on their official page.
Meanwhile, if arrested, Sifiso will be co-joined with Selby Sigaga Dlamini who is not new in the criminal world as he once served several years at His Majesty’s Correctional Services (HMCS) for similar offences.

It has been reliably gathered that he recently completed his sentence at the Manzini Remand Centre.

The late businessman was allegedly robbed of an unconfirmed sum of money whereby he was kidnapped and forced to withdraw it at several ATMs around Matsapha.

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