Senzo killing was related to match-fixing – Private Investigator.
Senzo Robert Meyiwa, a South African footballer who played as a goalkeeper for Orlando Pirates in the Premier Soccer League and for the South Africa national team was shot and killed in alleged robbery on 26 October 2014. He was born on 24 January 1984 and died in 26 October 2014.
It is almost two years now since the soccer hero died after being shot in the presence of witnesses, one of whom was celebrity singer and author Kelly Khumalo, the mother of his child.
Yet the police have failed to bring his murderer to book. An initial arrest of a suspect came to nil after the police realised they had the wrong guy.
What has remained puzzling is that Meyiwa’s murder occurred in front of witnesses and yet it seems that police have struggled, first with Identities, then with what they said was evidence – a Panama hat, left at the scene of the crime, that they failed to link to any suspect.
A private investigator with 32 years of experience, Brad Nathanson, said he believed Senzo’s killing was a politically motivated assassination related to match-fixing and not the result of home invasion or robbery as initially suggested.
“I don’t believe that man died as a result of home invasion or a robbery, housebreaking or whatever it is they want you to believe.
“I think this has something (to do) with match-fixing. That is my belief. Who (would) rob that man anyway? He was a national hero and for me what comes to my mind is match-fixing, and it’s the first thing that comes to my mind.
“I don’t know what level this investigation was taken to. But, as an investigator of 32 years experience, I am very, very surprised no arrest has been made. It’s unbelievable for me. I can’t imagine what Meyiwa’s family might be going through knowing this man has died and he had such an amazing career and life ahead of him.”
Nathanson is maintained there is no case that cannot be solved, even after two years.
“You can quote me on this one, any case can be solved. All it requires are two things. One is money and another is time.”