Lamiez Holworthy questions South Africa’s justice system in light of the fact that the murderers of Tshego Blackie are still free to roam the country.
The young man’s death made headlines a few weeks ago, with Lamiez expressing her heartbreak because Blackie was like a little brother to her.
Taking to Twitter, the DJ expressed her heartfelt desire for justice for the late star, commenting on a video of the police minister Bheki Cele destroying alcohol they seized that was shared with the caption:
“Police Minister General Bheki Cele is at this hour destroying alchohol that has been confiscated by @SAPoliceService from illegal establishments and police search and seizure ops conducted across the Cape Town metropole from 15th of October 2021 to 16th of December.“
Lamiez Holworthy said, “All this in a country where my little brother’s killer still hasn’t been found even though the police have a VIDEO of the shooting. Car registration and everything. And I’m expected to believe that this is them doing their jobs?”
“Two weeks after Tshego was brutally murdered and no arrests have been made yet. Like the animal really gets to spend Christmas with his family whilst we mourn our loved one?! And yes, everything was caught on camera but nothing! Our justice system? A joke,” the DJ added.
All this in a country where my little brother’s killer still hasn’t been found even though the police have a VIDEO of the shooting. Car registration and everything.
— 𝔻𝕁 𝕃𝕒𝕞𝕚𝕖𝕫 ℍ𝕠𝕝𝕨𝕠𝕣𝕥𝕙𝕪 (@LamiezHolworthy) December 21, 2021