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KZN safety MEC to visit home where 6 people were killed

It’s understood unknown suspects opened fire while a family was watching television on Wednesday night.

Picture: Freeimages.com

DURBAN - Community Safety MEC Bheki Ntuli is on Thursday expected to visit the home where six people were shot and killed in the Mpumalanga township in KwaZulu-Natal.

It’s understood unknown suspects opened fire while a family was watching television on Wednesday night.

Five of those killed are believed to be from one family while the other person was a neighbour.

Police were investigating the circumstances of what lead to the ambush.

KZN police spokesperson Jay Naicker said: “It's alleged that six people passed away - five from one family, [as well as a] neighbour [who] was with them watching TV. A three-year-old child was also taken to hospital for serious injuries.”

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