KZN reverend gunned down before sermon

2013-06-18 18:44

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Durban - The shooting of a KwaZulu-Natal church leader as he was about to deliver his sermon was condemned on Tuesday.

Community Safety MEC Willies Mchunu was "shocked and dismayed" at the shooting of Reverend Agrippa Cibane, from the African Gospel Church, at eLovu, south of Durban, on Sunday.

Cibane was killed moments before he convened his service in C section of eLovu, Mchunu said in a statement.

He was confident the police would catch the perpetrators.

Police comment was not immediately available.

ELovu is also known as Illovo, and is named after the Lovu River.

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