Netflix will no doubt have South Africans talking from
Thursday – when the new documentary into the murder of Senzo Meyiwa is released
in the country.
Netflix will no doubt have South Africans talking from Thursday – when the new documentary into the murder of Senzo Meyiwa is released in the country.
The loved national soccer star and captain was gunned down in a house in Vosloorus on the East Rand on 26 October 2014 and almost 8 years later, the SA Police Service have still not arrested who they deem to be the mastermind behind the murder.
TV Plus Editor, Lucia Poolman told Gerda de Sousa we got to know Netflix documentaries as hard hitting and digging to find the truth, and “Senzo: Murder of a Soccer Star” will be no different. Listen to this week's episode of Streaming Now!
In the five episodes of this much-anticipated documentary, South Africans will see straight shooting interviews with high profile role players, while at the same time also allowing us into the privacy of the Meyiwa family’s ongoing anguish and sorrow.
The one question on everybody’s lips – will this documentary bring clarity and answers to the questions who and why?
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