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Two Crime Bosses Kidnapped & Murdered In South Africa Buried

The two brothers who were kidnapped, tortured and shot dead in South Africa were on Monday buried in Bulawayo.

The two, Sydney (41) and Edmore Gwatsvaira (37), had changed their surname to Ncube. They were buried yesterday at Umvutshwa Private Cemetery.

South African police revealed that the Gwatsvaira brothers were murdered in Johannesburg and their bodies dumped on a farm in Mpumalanga.

The two were running a transport company which operated buses and trucks in South Africa when they were murdered but it was revealed that before their involvement in legitimate business, they were hardcore criminals.

A brother to the duo, Washington, also based in South Africa, refused to talk about his brothers to the Chronicle. He reportedly said:

I can’t speak to you at the moment. I guess no one else would. What you can do is take my WhatsApp number and send me a message later during the week maybe

I will be able to respond to your questions.

One of the brothers’ neighbours who spoke to The Chronicle said:

We know that the two brothers are well-known criminals in the country who were involved in serious crimes.

We thought that they are supposed to be in jail but we got shocked to learn that they were in South Africa.

They were once arrested for armed robbery and carjacking crimes.

Maybe their death is related to their past life or what they were doing.

South African police revealed that they have arrested one person in connection with the Gwatsvaira brothers’ kidnapping. Gauteng police spokesperson Brigadier Mathapelo Peters said:

A suspect is due to make a second appearance on 25 July 2019 before the Johannesburg Magistrate’s Court, following his arrest in connection with the alleged disappearance of two brothers who were reported missing at Moffatview Police Station on 28 June 2019.

… Meanwhile, police are investigating the circumstances behind the death of two victims whose bodies were found on a plot in Delmas, Mpumalanga.

Police were informed about the bodies on 11 July 2019 and were able to confirm with the assistance of family members, that the deceased were indeed the two victims that had been reported missing at Moffatview in Johannesburg.

Further investigation is underway to determine whether the suspect arrested for kidnapping could also be behind the murder of the two victims.

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