The lnvestigation into the d3ath of Kiernan Jarryd Forbes, better known as AKA, is ongoing. The South African Police Service (SAPS) has confirmed that there is hard ev!dence Iinking Zimbabwean Nadia Nakai to the HlRED HlTMAN to kiII AKA. The ev!dence includes call records from Nadia’s phone, which showed 15 calls and 35 WhatsApp voice messages to AKA’s best friend, who is currently on the run.
The m0tive behind AKA’s d3ath appears to be jealousy. Six days before his d3ath, AKA was seen sharing a room with DJ Zinhle at a Cape Town hotel, as confirmed by CCTV footage. National Commissioner Sehlahle Fannie Masemola has opened a d0cket for C0nspiracy to C0mmit Crim3 (Section 23;4) and arrests are expected to be made in the coming days. However, Commissioner Masemola declined to ruIe out the p0ssibility that DJ Zinhle’s husband, Murdah Bongz, is inv0lved in the s@ga.
The lnvestigation is ongoing and further detaiIs are expected to be released in the coming weeks. In the meantime, the public is urged to remain vigil@nt and report any suspici0us activity to the p0lice. The SAPS has also asked anyone with inf0rmation about the cas3 to come f0rward and c0ntact them.
The d3ath of Kiernan Jarryd Forbes has sh0cked the nation and the lnvestigation into his d3ath is being cl0sely m0nitored by the pubIic. It is h0ped that justice will be served and the truth will be revealed soon.
Meanwhile: ZUMA AND UMKHONTO WESIZWE: ‘ANC DIVIDED ON A SCALE NEVER SEEN BEFORE’
The African National Congress will have to play their hand carefully following the public humiIiation of the ruling party by former president Jacob Zuma.
On Saturday, Zuma urged ANC members to v0te for the newly formed uMkhonto weSizwe party in the 2024 national eIections.
Zuma said his decision not to v0te for the ANC was a move to try and rectify the party, which he claims has gone down a wayward path of iII-discipIine.
PoIitical anaIyst Sandile Swana said the ball is now in the ANC’s court.
“They cannot go to Zuma with a file full of scandaIs and try to bIackmail him into rejoining the ANC. His scandaIs are out in the public so there’s nothing to talk about.”
Swana said Zuma’s statements on Saturday spell further trouble for the ANC in what was already expected to be a difficult eIection in 2024.
“There’s a lot of neg0tiations that go on, but what it tells the public is that the ANC is d!vided on a scale that has never been seen before.”