Fourth man arrested for MP's murder

2011-12-19 16:13
Pretoria - A fourth man was arrested in connection with the murder of Congress of the People MP Jack Tolo, Limpopo police said on Monday.

"The suspect was arrested in Mamelodi last night [Sunday] and is now expected to appear in the Sekhukhune Magistrates' Court," Lieutenant Colonel Mohale Ramatseba said.

Peter Piet Ditshego, 30, Frans Matola, 33, and Solomon Nkosi, 41, have appeared in court in connection with the murder and were remanded in custody. They will return to court on January 25.

Tolo was killed on August 21 at his home in Ga-Masha, Sekhukhune.

In the attack, six men tied up Tolo's family, shot him, and demanded money, jewellery and cellphones.
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