Monday, April 24, 2006

SATAWU leader gunned down in Langa

By Busisiwe Mtabane

The ongoing security strike marred by violence and intimidation has claimed the life of a union leader. Twenty-nine-year-old Sibongile Tutu from Langa township in Cape Town was shot dead at his home over the weekend. Tutu, a SATAWU member was in charge of co-ordinating striking security guards in the Langa area. SATAWU’s regional chairman of the security sector, Xolani Mestile says Tutu’s killing was a terrible thing and they do not know why it was done or who is responsible. Police spokesperson Randall Stoffels says they are investigating a murder case and anyone with information that might assist in the investigation can contact crimestop at 08600 10111.


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