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    Man shot dead inside KZN Mugg & Bean restaurant

    A man has been shot dead inside Mugg & Bean at the Christians Village Shopping Centre in Hillcrest, outside of Durban. 

    The incident reportedly happened on Friday morning. 

    CENTRE CONFIRMS MUGG & BEAN SHOOTING INCIDENT

    In a brief statement Christians Village Shopping Centre said it can confirm that a man was shot dead by a customer sitting at his table at Mug n Bean this morning. 

    “The suspect has been taken in by SAPS Hillcrest. Our condolences go out to the family and to the shoppers who witnessed this devastating scene. Christians Village is open for trade and the scene has been isolated.”

    Christians Village Shopping Centre

    BLOODIED BODY OF FORMER KZN MAYOR FOUND

    The bloodied body of Verulam Naidoo, the former KZN Mayor was found in a cane field opposite his homestead in Canelands on Thursday morning. 

    This comes after the 74-year-old was allegedly abducted as part of a rushed farm attack on Wednesday.

    According to Reaction Unit SA (RUSA) spokesperson Prem Balram, Naidoo’s bullet-riddled body was recovered by a search team who were patrolling the cane fields.

    “An intense search was conducted by members of Reaction Unit South Africa (RUSA), the South African Police, Community Organisations and Civilian Volunteers throughout yesterday and resumed this morning. He appears to have been shot multiple times.” 

    During the intense search, an R44 chopper was seen circling the suburb on Wednesday afternoon. The search was called off on Wednesday afternoon late and resumed on Thursday morning. 

    ALSO READ: Scrap collectors beaten to death in Canelands, KZN

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