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HE President of the Congress of
the People (COPE), Mosiuoa (Ter-
ror) Lekota, blamed Police investi-
gators for failing to do their jobs
properly at the burial of Luto Qu-
dalele (19) in the Drayini location in Dutywa.
According to him, police officials had failed
to keep important evidence in the case.
Lekota said evidence, including chains and
scarves thatwere used to handcuff Luto, were
brought by the funeral parlour to be put with
her in the grave.
What I have seen is a disgrace. This shows
that there are police who dont know their du-
ties at all. They forget that they are being paid
in order to protect the society. I amgoing back
to parliament and will tell other members of
the parliament what I have seen here, said
He said he would also write a letter to the
Minister of Police,NathiNhleko, to report the
Lekota was among the politicians and
church members who came to pay their last
respects to Luto who went missing on August
9 (onWomensDay).Her bodywas found float-
ing in the river of Ackland two weeks after
her disappearance. Her mouth was gagged
witha scarf andher legswerehandcuffed. She
was raped before being stabbed to death.
Her uncle, Simlindile Klaas, could not hold
back his tears when he was talking about Lu-
to. He said Luto was a clever girl who did not
deserve to die like this.
When we received a phone call to tell us
that she had gone missing, we did not think
that she was dead. We thought she was still
around the area. The perpetrator owes the
family an explanation as to why he did to her
what he did, he said.
Klaas said even though it was painful hav-
ing lost his niece, he takes comfort in know-
ing that God was present when the incident
The youth from Drayini said an incident
like this would never happen again in their
area. They said they would make sure that
they sweep away crime. They said theywould
not involve the police, but that they would
keep the area free of crime themselves.
They sang songs waving posters with mes-
sages like, Where is our Luto? Their anger
was evident by the songs they sang about the
man who is suspected of kidnapping and kill-
When asked by SABC news why the police
had failed to hang onto the evidence, police
spokesperson Captain Jackson Manatha said
he was unable to respond, since he was not
at the funeral. He asked to be given a chance
to investigate the matter.
Cope President, Terror Lekota, and Deputy
President of Cope, Willie Madisha, attended the
funeral of Luto Qudalele.
PHOTO: BABALWA NDLANYA
Luto Qudalele was laid to rest at her home in
Drayini, Dutywa. PHOTO: FACEBOOK
Babalwa Qudalele comforts her husband, Masakhane Qudalele, who could not hold back his tears when members of Cope were singing their songs.
PHOTO: BABALWA NDLANYA
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THE Mthatha High Court was filled to capacity last
Friday to hear the argument against President
Jacob Zumas attempt at having the King of
AbaThembu, Buyelekhaya Dalindyebo, dethroned.
Dalindyebos legal team, led by Advocate Dali
Mpofu, argued that the President should reverse his
decision of trying to remove the King from his
throne and that the President should also pay the
This comes after President Jacob Zuma wrote a
letter to theKing, askinghim to provewhyhe should
not be removed from his throne. According to the
letter, the King had 30 days to respond. The King re-
spondedby challenging thematter in court, demand-
ing that President Zuma should reverse his action
and publicly apologise.
The Kings legal representative, Adv. Dali Mpofu,
argued that President Zumahadno power to remove
the King and lashed out at those who claimed to be
members of the Royal family wanting the King to
They dont even know who they are, said Adv.
Mpofu. This utterance had those present in court,
in stitches.Adv.Mpofu said thePresident shouldnot
deal with this matter, until it could be proved that
those people were not real members of the Royal
He described the accusations against the King as
defamation of character and malicious damage.
With regard to the allegation that theKing assaulted
his late mother Nomoscow, Adv. Mpofu said the
court should stop this to avoid uprising and vio-
A representative of the President, Nceba Dukada,
said the President was not on a mission to dethrone
the King, but that instead he (Zuma) was just a spec-
tator in a dispute between the two groups of the Roy-
Thanduxolo Mtirara, chairperson of the group
that wants the King to be ousted, was represented
by Phillip Zilwa.
Judge Justin Laing presided and reserved judge-
ment for a further date.
Members of theDemocraticAlliance, the Econom-
icFreedomFighters (EFF) and theUnitedDemocrat-
ic Movement and its leadership were also in court
during the proceedings.
Kaizer Mathanzimas great granddaughter was
seated next to the King.
The King was in a visibly goodmood after the pro-
Is it the smile of victory? Advocate Dali Mpofu, who is