Identity and name of man who killed and removed body parts from 6-year-old Bontle Mashiyane finally revealed as COLLEN HLONGWANE


Reports reaching Kossyderrickent indicate that the man who killed 6-year-old Bontle Mashiyane has been uncovered as COLLEN HLONGWANE.

According to information, he is a serial killer. IN SOWETAN:

● Man last seen with missing 6-year-old girl was on parole

although he committed murder while on parole

● Worse still, Collen Hlongwane has no ID number

with which he could be linked to other crimes.

The South African Police Service wrote:

“Mpumalanga Police are making an urgent appeal to the public to help locate six-year-old Bontle Zethu Ditebogo Mashiyane from Mganduzweni in Masoyi near White River. She disappeared on Saturday April 30, 2022 at approximately 11:00 a.m.

“According to the police report, that day the girl was playing with other children at home. Later it was discovered that she had disappeared without a trace. Her family then became concerned after failed attempts to find her and they reported the case to the police in Masoyi on the same Saturday. She has been reported missing. The case is a high priority and is therefore being handled by a specialist unit within the Domestic Violence Unit, Child Protection and Sexual Offenses (FCS) in Pienaar as they are expert in looking into these matters due to the skills and resources they possess.

“Bontle is described as fair-skinned with a brush cut and weighs around 17.7kg (a photo of her is attached).

On the day Bontle disappeared, she was wearing a pink t-shirt and pink sweatpants with no shoes on her feet.

“Police believe that Mr Collen Hlongwane (his photo is also attached) can assist them in their investigation of the missing child and are requested to contact the police immediately or report to the nearest police station. Members members of the public are asked to alert the police to Mr. Collen Hlongwane’s whereabouts.

“Anyone with information that can help with this investigation can contact Detective Sergeant Pretty Nsimba on 072 103 4717 / 083 442 3403 or the FCS watch number in Pienaar: 082 303 9798. Members of the public can also contact the Crime Stop number on 08600. 10111 or send information via the MySAPS app. All information received will be treated confidentially and callers can choose to remain anonymous.”

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