Case of slain Amanzimtoti minister still under investigation

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Minster Liezel de Jager. PHOTO: Anena Burger
Minster Liezel de Jager. PHOTO: Anena Burger

KwaZulu-Natal police are still investigating the murder of slain Amanzimtoti minister, Liezel de Jager.

The former minister at the NG Suidkus Church in Amanzimtoti was found dead with strangulation marks on her neck at her home on October 13.

The mother of two daughters had just returned from her morning run when the incident happened.

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