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Sunday World reports that a close source to Longwe and Chicco Twala revealed that the son of the veteran musician is a changed man after spending several months in rehab for drugs.
“Longwe is sober, and he’s a changed man now.”
Chicco’s son is one of the people who were present at Kelly Khumalo’s house in Vosloorus, Gauteng when Meyiwa was shot dead in October 2014.
Longwe was allegedly welcomed back home by his family last month and the source adds that he’s ready to come clean about the late Bafana Bafana goalkeeper.
The legendary musician Chicco Twala made headlines in January 2020 when he handed his son over to the Diepkloof police station in Soweto for allegedly stealing his girlfriend’s cellphone.
Chicco also revealed in a video clip that went viral on social media that he wished his son would rot in jail if he was the one who killed Senzo Meyiwa.
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A source also told the publication that Chicco has reconciled with his son since he’s changed his ways.
“Chicco is excited that his son is a changed man. The father-and-son had a heart-to-heart conversation and Longwe is prepared, to tell the truth about Senzo.”
The publication also reports that the defence teams of the four men formally charged with the killing of Meyiwa have applied to the National Director of Publication Prosecutions to have charges against them dropped.
Advocate Mshololo who represents Fisokuhle Ntuli, one of the five men accused of killing the soccer star revealed in June that a 2019 docket recommended the prosecution of Longwe, Kelly Khumalo, Gladness Khumalo (Kelly’s mother), and her younger sister Zandi Khumalo, Tumelo Madlala and Mthokosizi Twala (Meyiwa’s friend) and Maggie Phiri, a neighbour accused of cleaning up the crime scene.
Mshololo added that the charges contained in the second docket were for murder and defeating the ends of justice.
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