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The Provincial Commissioner of KwaZulu-Natal, Lieutenant General Nhlanhla Mkhwanazi, has responded to recent media reports emanating from Eswatini regarding the pending extradition of two suspects linked to the murders of Kienan ‘AKA’ Forbes and Tebello ‘Tibs’ Motsoane.

Lieutenant General Mkhwanazi clarified that the suspects will be returned to South Africa to face charges of murder and attempted murder stemming from an incident in Berea on March 6, 2023. He commended the authorities in Eswatini for their cooperation in combating cross-border crime.

Acknowledging the significant public interest in the case, particularly from both local and international media, Lieutenant General Mkhwanazi assured that updates will be shared transparently, prioritizing communication with the affected families before disseminating information to the public.

Emphasizing the sensitivity of the ongoing investigation, Mkhwanazi underscored the need to avoid compromising the process by disclosing premature details. He emphasized that the investigation into the ‘AKA’ and Tibs’ murder case is intricate, requiring meticulous analysis of substantial evidence.

Expressing gratitude to the dedicated detectives tirelessly pursuing justice, the Provincial Commissioner reiterated the commitment to ensuring that victims and their families receive the closure and justice they deserve.

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