Western Cape MEC of Community
Safety Dan Plato has welcomed the swift arrest of three suspects in connection
with the murder of a student in Hout Bay last week.
27-year-old Nchikala Ngoy was
stabbed eight times before being robbed while he was heading home from a public
Ministerial Spokesperson Ewald
Botha said MEC Plato urges the SAPS to continue with their investigation to
ensure that sufficient evidence is provided to the court to help ensure
“We call on the community to
assist the police in these investigations and provide necessary information to
the police”. Botha added.
MEC Plato also have part of
his oversight mandate over policing in the province to task the community
safety to monitor these cases to ensure that justice is served, Botha concluded.
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