Hawks' reconstruction of Meyiwa murder scene clears all witnesses

File: Senzo Meyiwa died after he was shot in Vosloorus during an apparent armed robbery in 2014. Video: eNCA
Durban, 29 March 2016 - The Meyiwa family is still clinging to hopes that the Hawks will solve the mystery of Senzo's death. It’s almost a year and a half since the soccer star was gunned down in Vosloorus, Gauteng. Video: eNCA

JOHANNESBURG - The Hawks are adamant that none of the witnesses to Senzo Meyiwa's shooting are suspects.

The Bafana Bafana goalkeeper died after he was shot in Vosloorus during an apparent armed robbery in 2014.

Earlier this month, the elite crime-fighting unit reconstructed the scene of Meyiwa's shooting, assisted by all the people who admit to being in the house at the time.

The unit is hoping to make a breakthrough in the case very soon.

“We are getting support from all angles, from all the people who were in the house, even extended family members that we need to go and speak to," said Hawks spokesman Hangwani Muldauzi.

"They have been very helpful in terms of information."

Meanwhile, Meyiwa's father, says police need to further question the witnesses to his murder.

He believes the six people who were in the house on the night he was killed hold the answer to his death.

The Meyiwa family is still clinging to the hope that the Hawks will solve the case.

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