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    SIMBONGILE MDLEDLE

    F

    OLLOWINGacourt battle between

    MandlaMandela and ex-wife of the

    late tata Nelson Mandela, Winnie

    Madikizela Mandela, a meeting

    took place in Qunu at the home of

    the late statesman to discuss the familys fu-

    ture plans.

    Last Tuesday the Acting Deputy Judge Za-

    mani Ntlangulela struck off the roll a court

    application brought by Madikizela-Mandela

    against Mandla Mandela in the Mthatha

    High Court to proceed with the meeting.

    Madikizela Mandela filed the court appli-

    cation wanting to prevent a family meeting

    from taking

    place at the Qu-

    nu homestead,

    stating fear of vi-

    olence and van-

    dalism of proper-

    ty if the meeting

    took place. Last

    Friday, the meet-

    ing was conclud-

    ed without any

    violence or van-

    dalism. Madikiz-

    ela-Mandela had

    filed a claim to

    Madibas execu-

    tors that the Qu-

    nu home should

    belong to her,

    her children and

    her grandchil-

    dren.

    Madikizela-

    Mandela was ex-

    cluded from tata Mandelas will.

    After the Judge struck the application off

    the roll, Madikizela-Mandelas legal repre-

    sentative, Advocate Mvuzo Notyesi, filed an-

    other application, but this too was denied.

    The media was not allowed to enter the

    homestead while the meeting was under

    way.

    After a five-hour wait, Inkosi Daludumo

    Mtirara, spokesperson of the royal family,

    led the media into the room where the meet-

    ing had been held.

    There were fewer than 30 people (mostly

    men) attending the meeting, including some

    of the traditional leaders of AbaThembu and

    the young brother of King Buyelekhaya Dal-

    indyebo. The king himself was not present,

    nor was Graca Machel.

    Addressing the media after the meeting,

    Nkosi Ngangomhlaba Matanzima was cagey

    about divulging the agenda. The matter is

    between theMandelas andwe cannot divulge

    what had been discussed because it is a fami-

    ly matter and concerns the family members

    only. There is no need for the world to know

    about it.

    He said they cannot change the decisions

    of the late tata Mandela, but he refused to ex-

    plain further. We have discussed the matter

    with the people who were present.

    There was nothing new in Dalibhungas

    decision andwe dont want to take a different

    route from his own decisions. We are happy

    we discussed thematter; we are finished now

    and there was no violence, concluded Mat-

    anzima.

    The royal houses that were represented

    were those of Mtirara, Mnqanqeni and Joyi.

    Nkosi Ngangomhlaba Matanzima who

    spoke on behalf of the family during the fu-

    neral of tata Mandela was also in attendance.

    AgendaofmeetingatMandela

    homesteadstaysundisclosed

    Mandla Mandela looks happy after a meeting which took place in Qunu last Friday. PHOTO: SIM MDLEDLE

    Nkosi Ngangomhlaba

    Matanzima addresses the

    media after the meeting.

    PHOTO: SIM MDLEDLE

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    BABALWA NDLANYA

    COMMUNITY members from Ndlunkulu

    Village in Engcobo are reeling from shock

    after the gruesome murder of three family

    members.

    They were hacked to death last week Mon-

    day while they were sleeping.

    The bodies of Nodoli Mzuku (77), her sister

    Nokulunga Mzuku (73) and Mzwandile Mati-

    wane (46) were found in their house.

    It is alleged that pangas were used to kill

    them and the two womens throats were slit.

    The Headman of the area, Winile Sandile,

    said they were still in shock and that it was

    the first incident of this nature to happen in

    their area.

    We are not feeling safe at all since the sus-

    pects were related to the deceased in this in-

    cident. What is worse is that they attacked

    women knowing that they would overpower

    them, said Sandile.

    He said they would call a meeting where

    they would condemn such attacks on elderly

    people suspected of witchcraft with the hope

    of putting an end to it.

    He said it is alleged that the deceased were

    accused of witchcraft following a car acci-

    dent that left two family members related to

    We had a large contigency of members

    from the SAPS National Intervention Unit

    (NIU), Public Order Police (POP), K9 and

    MountedUnits pulling a close net around the

    area where we believed the suspects were

    hiding, said Binta.

    She said that left the suspectswithno other

    choice than to surrender and hand them-

    selves over to the Dalasile Police.

    We thank local leaders, chiefs and coun-

    cillors for being fully behind the SAPS right

    through the investigation and also for the

    support from the community of that area,

    who allowed us to do our work and provided

    the SAPS with information.

    Killingof three familymembers shocks

    REPORTER

    EAST London SAPS are investigating two cases ofmurder after

    two male bodies were discovered with stab wounds, last week

    near East London.

    Police received a call from Fort Grey community members

    just outside East London, telling them about the two deceased.

    Police Spokesperson Captain Stephen Marais said the two

    males were assaulted and stabbed to death with an unknown

    instrument.

    Both men are in their late 30s. Police are investigating to

    establish exactly what transpired, including the motive behind

    the killings, said Marais.

    He said police have seized several exhibits on the scenewhich

    would be sent away for forensic analysis. The bodies of the de-

    ceased were taken to the government mortuary where a post-

    mortem would be conducted to establish the exact cause of

    death.

    East Londonpolice have opened two cases ofmurder.No sus-

    pects have been ar