Mosa Ntsibande and Hlengiwe Msimango.
While a court was being told that a convicted Gauteng murderer wasn’t emotionally well and wasn’t able to appear for his sentencing proceedings, the killer was actually across town making a “grand entrance” on a motorbike at his daughter’s memorial service.
Two police officers booked out Mosa Ntsimande, who was convicted of killing his wife, from Johannesburg Prison – colloquially known as Sun City – on 17 November.
But, instead of going to court, Ntsimande, an avid biker, hopped onto his bike and, accompanied by members of his motorbike club, made his way without a police guard to the service for his 16-year-old daughter.
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