A mass community meeting is due to take place on Sunday afternoon in Phoenix, north of Durban, following the death in custody of murder accused, Jeetendra Jaikissoon. He died in custody at a Durban hospital on Friday.
The family of Jeetendra Jaikissoon is looking to engage the services of a private pathologist to oversee the autopsy of the murder accused. This is according to Jaikissoon’s family lawyer, Chris Gounden.
New details are emerging of the illness that appears to have led to the death of one of the Phoenix murder suspects in Kwazulu Natal, Jeetendra Jaikissoon.
DA leader John Steenhuisen has dismissed claims that the party’s popularity is declining due to the controversial poster that was put up in Phoenix, north of Durban, and subsequently removed after public outcry.
DA Federal Council Chairperson Helen Zille has refused to denounce the electioneering posters of her party in Phoenix, in Durban which caused a public uproar.
IFP founder Mangosuthu Buthelezi says it’s sickening to see some political parties using the killings in Phoenix, north of Durban, during the July unrest to gain votes.
The EFF has reiterated its stance of referring to Indian people living in Phoenix, north of Durban as racists. The party was reacting to the DA’s controversial election posters in the area.
In an about-turn, the Democratic Alliance (DA) in KwaZulu-Natal has apologised for the controversial election posters in Phoenix and has begun removing them.
The Verulam Magistrate’s Court north of Durban has heard that the exhumation of the body of Phoenix attack victim Mondle Majola is expected to take place sometime next week.
The principal of a creche in Phoenix north of Durban where a two-year-old boy was allegedly physically abused by his teacher has broken his silence.