A big update just came up on the murder case of Sindiso Magaqa. According to the reports, four accused in the murder case of African National Congress Youth League secretary Sindiso Magaqa have pleaded not guilty to all charges. Yes, you heard it right, four men who are facing the charges related to Sindiso Magaqa’s murder, have denied all the allegations and pleaded not guilty on Tuesday, April 25, 2023. People have been left with numerous questions related to it. However, we have tried to answer each and every question. We have also explained what are the charges against them. A lot more has been discussed in the following section. Kindly stick with this page and keep reading this article. Drag down the page and take a look below.
Sindiso Magaqa murder trail case explained
Reportedly, four men were presented before the judge in the Pietermaritzburg High Court on April 25, 2023, Tuesday, and they pleaded not guilty to all the charges against them. Do you know who are the four accused? They have been identified as Mbulelo Mpofana, Sbonelo Myeza, Sibusiso Ncengwa, and Mlungisi Ncalane. These four guys allegedly killed ANC Youth League Secretary Sindiso Magaqa in 2017 in the month of July. Scroll down the page and read more details.
Reportedly, the incident occurred in the Umzimkhulu area at the Inkosi Albert Luthuli Central Hospital located in Durban. In Sept 2017, Sindiso Magaqa was shot dead. Reportedly, two colleagues of ANC Youth League Secretary Sindiso Magaqa were also shot but they survive the bullet injuries. The two colleagues of Sindiso Magaqa who were shot along with him are Jabu Msiya and Nontsikelelo Mafa. What are the charges against the four accused? Shift to the next section and read about the charges.
The four men, Mbulelo Mpofana, Sbonelo Myeza, Sibusiso Ncengwa, and Mlungisi Ncalane are charged with murder, conspiracy to commit murder, attempted murder, unlawful possession of firearms, ammunition, and malicious damage to property. They were granted bail last year in Feb in the Ixopo Magistrate Court on a bond of R5,000. But in March last year, Ncengwa was found guilty of plotting a cash-in-transit heist and sentenced to 95 years imprisonment by the Pietermaritzburg High Court. The four accused are still subject to trial and they will appear soon in the court. Stay tuned to this website for more details and updates.