"The case does not rot!" That's the message from Orlando Pirates supporters as they plan to march on Vosloorus Police Station next week Wednesday, two years after the death of Senzo Meyiwa.
The Orlando Pirates supporters have organised a march from Vosloorus Stadium to Vosloorus Police Station on Wednesaday 26 October.
The supporters are demanding justice for their fallen hero, former Pirates No. 1 Senzo Meyiwa, who was murdered at his girlfriend Kelly Khumalo's house during a home invasion in 2014.
The case remains unresolved and the killers are still believed to be at large. The supporters believe justice has not been done.
The march will commence at 10am, and the Pirates supporters who are organising the march have asked that anybody who participates wear football gear only. They have emphasised that they want no political gear at the march; even if you are not a Buccaneer supporter, they would rather you wear football gear than political attire.
OPFC is aware of the march but it is exclusively a supporters' march.
The supporters want justice for their hero and their main message was simple: "The case does not rot!"
This was confirmed by prominent Pirates supporter Jwarha to Supporters Club this morning.
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