• All Share : 53069.21
    DOWN -0.40%
    Top40 - (Tradeable) : 46206.51
    DOWN -0.40%
    Financial 15 : 15155.58
    UNCHANGED0.00%
    Industrial 25 : 70653.45
    DOWN -0.17%
    Resource 10 : 31721.88
    DOWN -1.52%

  • ZAR/USD : 14.1581
    UP 0.03%
    ZAR/GBP : 18.6243
    UP 0.21%
    ZAR/EUR : 15.6778
    UP 0.01%
    ZAR/JPY : 0.136
    UP 1.57%
    ZAR/AUD : 10.627
    UNCHANGED0.00%

  • Gold US$/oz : 1333.3
    DOWN -0.10%
    Platinum US$/oz : 1136
    UP 0.44%
    Silver US$/oz : 20.06
    DOWN -0.25%
    Palladium US$/oz : 697
    UP 0.14%
    Brent Crude : 42.3
    DOWN -0.73%

  • All data is delayed by 15 min. Data supplied by Profile Data
    Hover cursor over this ticker to pause.

Fri Jul 29 09:53:52 SAST 2016

Inanda massacre suspect released

Sapa | 02 January, 2013 12:12

Image by: Gallo Images/Thinkstock

A man taken in for questioning in connection with the murders of a tuck shop owner and her five children in Inanda, Durban, has been released, KwaZulu-Natal police said on Wednesday.

A man taken in for questioning in connection with the murders of a tuck shop owner and her five children in Inanda, Durban, has been released, KwaZulu-Natal police said on Wednesday.

Police spokesman Colonel Vincent Mdunge said he was released due to insufficient evidence against him.

The man was taken in for questioning on Sunday -- the same day the bodies of 38-year-old Nobuhle Leneha and her five children were found by her brother-in-law in her house.

The only survivor was a toddler, believed to be between 14- and 17-months-old. He was found strapped to his mother's corpse.

The children were Khalalelo Bobora, 14; Tumelo Bobora, nine; Karabo Bobora, seven; Simpiwe, five; and three-year-old Takiso Bobora. All had been stabbed several times.

Mdunge said the woman's husband was away at the time of the murders, believed to have been committed on Saturday.

SHARE YOUR OPINION

If you have an opinion you would like to share on this article, please send us an e-mail to the Times LIVE iLIVE team. In the mean time, click here to view the Times LIVE iLIVE section.