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Court found Hitman guilty of murdering ANC councilor in KwaZulu-Natal

A man convicted of murdering an ANC councilor in KwaZulu-Natal.

The infamous hitman was convicted of the 2016 killing of KwaZulu Natal’s ANC councilor Tamigood Wilnimbe.

Fisokuhle Ntuli appeared in the High Court on Monday in the Esikhaleni District Court in Richards Bay.

He was convicted on numerous charges, from murder to possession of unlicensed firearms.

He was arrested by a task team investigating a political incident at KZN.

Nimbe was driving with his wife when he was shot in KwaZulu-Goma in northern KZN in 2016.

His wife was seriously injured.

“Ntuli has successfully linked 10 other cases, from murder to possession of unlicensed firearms,” ​​said Brigadier General Vish Naidoo, a spokesperson for SAPS.

Ntuli will be sentenced on Tuesday.


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Court found Hitman guilty of murdering ANC councilor in KwaZulu-Natal

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