March 4, 2016

Black traffic officer killed teen & kidnapped her baby

She even took maternity leave at work, from July to November. During that time Chauke gave birth.
During the same time, the teen mother was murdered and her baby stolen

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The Saselemani Magistrate’s Court heard how a female traffic officer allegedly stalked a pregnant teenager for months and stole her baby after it was born.

During a bail hearing, the court heard how the traffic officer, Masingita Chavhani, stalked Hlulani Chauke for months while she was pregnant. State prosecutor Hilke Janse van Rensburg said Chavhani matched her pregnancy to the progression of the girl’s.

She even took maternity leave at work, from July to November. During that time Chauke gave birth.

During the same time, the teen mother was murdered and her baby stolen.

The officer has since changed her name to Mashao.

Chavani allegedly hired a hitman to kill the teenager.

Investigating officer Thomas Ngobeni said Chavhani approached the alleged hitman, Stephen Sithole on October 1. She told him there were people in Johannesburg willing to pay R50 000 for a baby, on the condition that the mother had to be killed.

He told the court that the accused called the mother on the day that she had been killed to offer her help acquiring a birth certificate for her baby.

Ngobeni said the accused drove off with the teen mother and her baby to the nearby Nandoni Dam where the teen mother was killed and abandoned in the bush area.

“She took the child to her husband, and told him that clothes must be bought for the toddler,” State prosecutor Van Rensburg said.

She is facing charges of murder, robbery, kidnapping and theft of a vehicle. The state is opposing her request for bail, on the grounds that releasing Chavhani could disturb “public peace”.

Alleged assassin, Sithole, is pleading not guilty. He said he confessed to killing Chauke because he was afraid of undergoing police torture. His help with the police led to Chavhani being nabbed.

“If we say justice is done, you must have been given a chance to explain yourself, but if I release you and you are killed, the truth will remain in the dark,” said in response to Magistrate Daniel Maluleke declining Chavhani’s bail application.

The case has been postponed to May 26 to allow further investigation, according to ANA.