Zandie Khumalo on the Meyiwa murder trial: ‘I don’t owe anybody anything’:

Recently Meyiwa murder case is going viral over the internet and because of that Zandie also trending over the internet. The public is going through the internet to know more about them. Not just that the public also goes through the internet to know about the media blackout request on the trial. And she has also given her thoughts about this request.  In this article, we are going to give the details about ongoing murder cases and about her confession. Keep reading through the article to know more.

Zandie Khumalo

Zandie Khumalo on the Meyiwa murder trial

Zandie Khumalo reiterated her position on her request for a media blackout, saying, “Whether there is a camera there or not, I’m just there to testify.” Regarding her application to prevent the media from airing her testimony during the Senzo Meyiwa murder trial last month, singer Zandie Khumalo has spoken out. She claimed that she was only acting within the bounds of her state witness privilege in an interview with eNCA. “This is a democratic country, I was just exercising my rights, and I feel that even the court took about two days for the plea,” the defendant said. They determined that I was actually within my rights to exercise that, so I’m not sure why it’s suddenly causing a fuss that I do so given that I live in a democratic nation.

Zandie Khumalo

In response to her plea, which ultimately did not go her way because Judge Tshifhiwa Maumela decided that audio content would still be broadcast, Zandie was responding to the harsh abuse she had experienced on social media. “My family and I have tried to describe what happened in detail on every possible platform. However, it appears that they make their own decisions and choose what they listen to. I thought, “I don’t owe anyone anything right now because they’ve had their chance, and now the only people that I need to testify before is just the court.” So I said, “They’ve had their chance.” I’m just there to testify, whether or not there is a camera there. That’s it.

Zandie Khumalo

Meyiwa was a goalkeeper for the Orlando Pirates and the Bafana Bafana when he was shot dead in October 2014 during what was allegedly a botched robbery in front of his then-girlfriend Kelly Khumalo, her mother Ntombi, sister Zandie, Zandie’s boyfriend Longwe Twala, and Meyiwa’s friends Mthokozisi Thwala and Tumelo Madlala. The brother of the murdered footballer, Sfiso Meyiwa, told Daily Sun that they had been anxiously anticipating the day the Khumalos testify.

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