Kelly Khumalo: My conscience is clear

The singer and actress insists she has nothing to worry about when it comes to Senzo Meyiwa’s murder.

Songstress Kelly Khumalo. Picture: EWN.

JOHANNESBURG - Actress and musician, Kelly Khumalo, said during a radio interview on Wednesday that her conscience was "very clear" and insisted she had nothing to worry about following the death of her boyfriend Senzo Meyiwa.

"People close to me know how much I loved and still love Senzo."

She added that she would never have harmed the slain Bafana Bafana and Orlando Pirates captain in any way.

Meyiwa was shot and killed while he was visiting her mother's house in Vosloorus on 26 October 2014.

The singer spoke to Sam Cowen on Talk Radio 702 on Wednesday about her life after Meyiwa's death.

Khumalo said she hoped police would catch the perpetrators soon because she feared they might be following her around.

She told Cowen that as a witness in the case, she wasn't allowed to say much about that night because the matter was still on-going.

"It tormented me that I was expecting support during that time but I didn't get it."

Asked about Meywa's family, she said she didn't know "those people".

"Right now I have a blessing in my life, my daughter Tino, and I don't want her to be touched by anything negative."

On Monday, singer Yvonne Chaka Chaka claimed Khumalo's song, _Asine _was actually her song.

Khumalo said if Chaka Chaka had a problem she should approach the composer of the song, Chicco.

"I respect ma'am Yvonne because she's one of the people who made a difference in the music industry. If she had approached me, I would have urged a meeting between us and Chicco to get clarity."

However, Khumalo said she wouldn't speak to her now because she went the wrong route by approaching the media first.

When asked about her love life, the singer said she wasn't dating yet.

"When it comes to dating again after your partner has passed on there's never the right time to start again."

Khumalo added that she would rather have people talk about her career as a musician and an actress instead of her personal life.