Cape Town – Artist Zandile Khumalo-Gumede has aired her views regarding the highly anticipated Netflix documentary series about the murder of the late professional soccer star, Senzo Meyiwa.
According to DailySun, Zandile and her sister Kelly Khumalo were present when Meyiwa was allegedly gunned down in their mother’s house in Vosloorus in Johannesburg, in 2014.
“I don’t think there’s anything that a documentary can do, it’s people just making money in an unfortunate situation and I don’t need to clear my name for anything.
“Nobody approached me. I don’t even know what it’s about so it’s hard for me to feel anything. All I’m hoping is that my name won’t be mentioned on the doccie without my consent because then I will have a problem,” DailySun quoted Zandile as saying.
TimesLive reports that Senzo: Murder of a soccer star is a five-part true-crime documentary that will shed light on the events leading up to that fateful night when the much-loved soccer star was gunned down.
According to The Citizen, the spine-chilling documentary series “will feature exclusive interviews with sports broadcaster Robert Marawa, former Hawks head Shadrack Sibiya, as well as Advocate Gerrie Nel and Meyiwa’s family members, who all provide an intimate look at both the life and death of the Bafana Bafana and Orlando Pirates captain”.
Tweeps weighed in:
Zandile khumalo was found shaking
— 24 January 🍰 🥳🎉 (@Witness_MK) March 24, 2022
Dikatane tse ne de le daar moes. Their names must be part of the documentary.
— Uncle Sammy🇿🇦 (@MashSammy) March 25, 2022
Does her money allow her to sue anyone though?? Is her money moneying?😂😂argh shame Zandile wa batho
— Aphelele Jody (@ApheleleJody) March 25, 2022
Lmao, who is she to sue a whole Netflix? 🤣
— Gabbie_K 🍯 (@Gabbie_Kamo12) March 24, 2022
She have a well connected hubby so anything is possible
— Thee Sabelo Mchunu (@Go_Nkosi) March 24, 2022
Picture: Facebook/ Zandie Khumalo
Compiled by Odwa Shumi