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Progress in AKA Murder Case: Some Suspects in Custody, Says South African Police

Progress in AKA Murder Case: Some Suspects in Custody, Says South African Police

As the world marked the first anniversary of the tragic death of renowned rap star AKA and his friend Tebello ‘Tibz’ Motsoane, police provided updates on the investigation into their murders.

AKA and Tibz were fatally shot outside Wish restaurant in Florida, Durban, a year ago. Police revealed that progress had been made in identifying suspects, with some already in custody and others on the run.

Brigadier Athlenda Mathe emphasized the sensitivity of the matter, assuring affected families and the public of the dedicated efforts of law enforcement. She stated that the investigation, driven by prosecution, had yielded critical evidence.

Mathe acknowledged limited communication with the families due to the sensitive stage of the investigation but pledged improvement in the future.

Earlier in the week, AKA’s father, Tony Forbes, spoke out, suggesting his son’s murder was a well-planned assassination. He expressed belief in the investigative process, noting a breakthrough in recovering the firearm used in the crime.

While arrests have yet to be officially announced, reports suggest that suspects, possibly linked to the murder, are already in custody on other charges.

The ongoing investigation continues to shed light on the tragic events of that fateful night, offering hope for justice for the families and fans mourning the loss of AKA and Tibz.

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