Kaizer M. Nyatsumba

The Official Website

Welcome

Hi. Welcome to Kaizer M. Nyatsumba’s official website – and thank you for your visit.

This site is about Kaizer Nyatsumba as a person. It is not a professional profile or a profile of his company, KMN Investment Holdings (Pty) Ltd. The former can be accessed on his LinkedIn profile and the latter on www.kmnholdings.co.za.

Why a personal website, you ask. Well, in an era when information on people is so easily accessible, with much of it beyond the control of the individuals concerned, Kaizer considers it important to ensure that he takes ownership of information on himself in order to ensure that it is contemporary and accurate. He also wants to share some of his reflections on and analyses of some important matters of public interest.

Although a public figure, Kaizer is nevertheless a private person. He does not tweet or have a Facebook account, and he has never done so. Whenever he has felt strongly enough to take a view on any matter, he has done so in public, mostly through opinion pieces in the media.

This website, therefore, will also eschew the private, and will focus, instead, on the public. It is about the individual, Kaizer Nyatsumba, and not about his family.

Thanks again for your visit.


R50 000-00 reward for information on Motha's killers

2015/03/18

Media Statement from National Media Centre
Corporate Communication

South African Police Service

PRETORIA- The South African Police Service is offering a R50 000 reward for information leading to the arrest of people behind the murder of the late Mr Adonis Elphus Motha.

Motha, 46, went missing on the 03 June 2009 and was reported missing at Akasia police station in the morning of 04 June 2009 after he could not return home. When he left home on the 03 June 2009, he indicated to his wife that he was going to see a friend at  Soshanguve, North of Pretoria.

His body was discovered in the afternoon of the 05 June 2009 in a veld at the side of Skietfontein road in GaRankuwa. He had several stab wounds to the chest and his clothes were partially burned after a failed attempt to burn his body.

The investigations revealed that Motha was abandoned at the scene after he was killed somewhere, and the veld was set alight to cover-up some evidence. 

His vehicle was later recovered by police at Arcadia just outside the City Centre of Pretoria,   parked at corner of Wessel and Schoeman streets now Francis Baard street.

No arrest has been made. Motha was employed by Eskom before his death. The docket has been handed over to the National Investigation Unit for further investigation.

A reward of R50 000-00 has been made available to anyone who could provide the investigating officer with information which can assist to arrest and convict those who are responsible for this gruesome incident.

Anyone with information can call Lieutenant Malesela Sema of the National Investigation Unit on 0796914022.

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Incomplete Without My Brother, Adonis




This cartoon of Kaizer Nyatsumba was drawn by Nanda Soobben, then a cartoonist on the Daily News that Kaizer edited in Durban, as a farewell present on the eve of Kaizer’s departure, in January 2001, for a two-year secondment on The Independent newspaper in London.