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Man Declared Wanted For Stabbing Wife To Death And Attempted Murder Of Their 2 Children

Kwabena Sowee 4 weeks ago 0

A South African man who killed his wife by stabbing and trying to kill their two children is the target of a manhunt.

At their home in Mataffin, Mbombela, neighbors told local news platforms that the security officer fatally murdered his 36-year-old wife and left their children unharmed.

The children were discovered sleeping close to their mother, who was subsequently pronounced dead at the scene, according to a neighbor who was among the first persons to arrive at the house after receiving a call from the 14-year-old child.

The neighbour said;

“I received a call from the child who told me that their father had stabbed them. I rushed there as I called other neighbours. When we arrived at the house, we found that the burglar door was locked.

“We had to break it to gain entry. When we entered, we found the children lying next to their mother and all of them were bleeding profusely. Their mother lay dead in a pool of blood as her eldest daughter tried to wake her up. She was not moving.

“Now and again, the 14-year-old child would call me on the phone or call out my name and ask for help as her parents were fighting. Most of the time, she would say her father was beating up her mother.

“We would go to the house to defuse the situation and tell them that fighting is bad. I’d even tell them that they are setting a bad example to their children as they were fighting in front of them.”

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Another neighbour, Sibusiso Nkosi, said;

“She called out for help from the neighbours as another fight had broken out between her and her husband. While we were waiting for the police to arrive, the man ran away with the house keys.

“We (neighbours) all went home and the police also left as he was not there and had not returned by the time we left the mother and her children in the house. We thought he went far away because we told him we had called the police to arrest him. He never said a word.

“Very often, I’d hear noises or their child would call out for help. I have spoken to them and other neighbours have done the same thing. I am shocked that she is now dead.”

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Provincial police have urged the public to help them find the husband, Mandla Sibiya, 41. The children are aged four and 14.

Provincial police spokesperson Col Donald Mdhluli said;

“This is [the manhunt] in connection with the murder of his wife Fisiwe Msane-Sibiya, whose body was found lying in a pool of blood in her house on Monday morning. Information at our disposal suggests that the husband did the act in the early hours of Monday around 5.30am and then fled the scene.

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“We are asking for anyone who sees or knows the whereabouts of Sibiya to contact their nearest police [station].”

 Mdhluli said police are investigating a case of murder and two counts of attempted murder. He added;

“Apart from the murder and attempted murder charges, we cannot rule out [the possibility that] more charges could be added as the investigation continues.”

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