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Police have reportedly linked a businessman to the murder case associated with AKA.

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New developments in the tragic shooting incident that resulted in the deaths of South African rapper Kiernan Forbes, also known as AKA, and his friend Tibz Motsoane outside a Durban restaurant in February 2023 suggest a potential connection with a well-known businessman.

Court documents pertaining to the trial of the alleged gunmen indicate a possible link between the murders and Sydney Mfundo Gcaba, a member of a prominent South African family. Records show that a company owned by Mr. Gcaba transferred over 800,000 rands to one of the suspects, Mziwethemba Harvey Gwabeni, just a day after the incident.

Prosecutors have presented phone records revealing communication between Gwabeni and Mr. Gcaba preceding the fund transfer. However, Mr. Gcaba has not yet addressed these allegations.

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It is alleged by prosecutors that the funds transferred by Mr. Gcaba’s company were distributed among the seven suspects involved in the shooting.

Gwabeni, one of the suspects, claims that the funds were received for consulting services rendered to the company. Nevertheless, prosecutors contend that there is insufficient evidence to support this assertion.

The Gcaba family, known for their significant business presence in South Africa, particularly in the taxi industry, has refrained from commenting on the allegations publicly.

Authorities are diligently investigating to determine any potential motives behind Mr. Gcaba’s purported involvement in the tragic deaths of AKA and his friend.

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