Orlando Pirates have called for justice to be served to the killers of the late Senzo Meyiwa who died a year ago to the day.
The former Pirates shot stopper was murdered shortly after appearing for the Buccaneers in a Telkom Knockout quarter-final against Ajax Cape Town which they won 4-1.
On the anniversary of the late goalkeeper’s death, Bucs’ official website has sent out a call to all local soccer supporters to come forward with any information they have regarding the events.
“The nation’s number one goalkeeper (was) shot and killed allegedly by robbers who – to date, have not been caught,” Pirates official website stated.
“As we commemorate a year since his untimely death on that fateful night in Springs, we ask the question WHY and WHO?
“Why was this father of two, shot and killed and Who was on the other end of that gun that killed a father, brother, and team-mate?
“Justice must be served! The killers of Senzo Meyiwa need to be brought to book and this will not happen until those who know the truth, come forward and inform the relevant authorities about the series of events on that fateful Sunday evening on October 26, 2014.
“Orlando Pirates Football Club would like to appeal to the community at large to assist the authorities.“
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