WATCH: Collins Khosa's widow wants justice

The widow of the Alexandra man allegedly beaten to death during lockdown says she wants to see those responsible behind bars. The high court in Pretoria has ordered that SANDF and SAPS members implicated in Collins Khosa's death be suspended - pending an independent investigation. Courtesy #DStv403

JOHANNESBURG - The widow of the Alexandra man allegedly beaten to death during lockdown says she wants to see those responsible behind bars.

The high court in Pretoria has ordered that SANDF and SAPS members implicated in Collins Khosa's death be suspended - pending an independent investigation.

The court says even in lockdown, law enforcement must respect citizens' right to life and human dignity.

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It's been a month since Nomsa Montsha buried her husband Collins. But she's reminded of his death, every day.

He was killed in their yard in Alexandra.

His widow feels his loss deeply.

“My husband made us happy and he kept the family together. You would feel he was around. No one will fill that space,” said Montsha.

“We are happy with the ruling…”

The court has also ordered that the investigation into Khosa’s death be completed by 4 June.

“As the Khosa family we would like to see them behind bars for life, Collins is not coming back we want to see them behind,” she added.
 

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