‘We IDed the Facebook killer after his first murder, but cops ...


‘We IDed the Facebook killer after his first murder, but cops ignored us’

Family say they begged police for over a year to check out 'Masoyi Monster' who is now up for five murders


For the Khoza family, their wish for the past year had been that the police would have listened to them and questioned the man who has now become known as the “Masoyi Monster”.

“If they had the police could have at least saved the other girls,” claimed Lindiwe Khoza, just hours after the confessed killer of her 15-year-old sister, Banele Khoza, and alleged murderer of four other Mpumalanga women, appeared in court last week.

Security guard Julius Mndawe, who on Tuesday was formally charged with five counts of murder and concealment of bodies, and two counts of violating a corpse, appeared in the Masoyi Magistrate’s Court on Friday for a formal bail application in connection with his alleged murder spree which began in January 2017...

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