‘I had the guts to contact him directly’, says woman who tracked down the man she believes murdered her aunt

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Christine Robinson and her alleged killer Andrew Ndlovu. (Photo: Supplied)
Christine Robinson and her alleged killer Andrew Ndlovu. (Photo: Supplied)

She has no police training but she wasn’t going to let that stop her. Just like the intrepid detective in a gritty murder mystery, Lehanne Sergison was determined not to let anything stand in her way as she worked tirelessly to track down the man suspected of killing her beloved aunt.

It sounds like the plot of a riveting thriller and yet Lehanne (49) isn’t a fictitious heroine, nor is the alleged killer. Andrew Ndlovu (30) is the main suspect in the brutal murder of Christine Robinson, Lehanne’s aunt, more than six years ago on a game farm near Thabazimbi, Limpopo.

Even in the face of immense challenges, Lehanne never gave up hope that Andrew would eventually be brought to justice for the senseless killing.

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