Tragedy Strikes as Commonwealth Games Boxer is Murdered After Altercation
- Another sportsperson on the continent has needlessly lost their life
- Lesotho boxer Mokhachane Moshoeshoe was stabbed to death following an altercation with another man
- He represented the Mountain Kingdom in consecutive Commonwealth Games
Lesotho's boxing fraternity has been plunged into mourning following the murder of one of its sons.
Mokhachane Moshoeshoe, a 30-year-old former Commonwealth Games boxer, was reportedly stabbed to death last Saturday in Khubetsoana.
Public Eye News reported that Moshoeshoe was stabbed following an altercation with a man, before succumbing to his injuries on the spot.
Lesotho Boxing Association spokesperson Rethabile Ntiea said:
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“We are told that he had a quarrel with one of the Khubetsoana boys who stabbed him with a knife and he died right on the spot at one of the entertainment places there on Saturday morning. This is very hurtful considering the fact that he was very willing to serve boxing as a coach in future, he was about to retire as a competitive boxer soon.”
Moshoeshoe represented Lesotho at the 2010, 2014 and 2018 Commonwealth Games in Delhi, Glasgow and Gold Coast.
Referee confesses to the brutal murder
A respected Eswatini referee has confessed to the brutal slaying of his wife.
Referee Lucky ‘Makalakalane’ Ndlangamandla, a seasoned professional in the Eswatini Premier League, was arrested and charged with the murder of his wife on Wednesday morning.
The Swazi Observer covered the gruesome details of the killing, stating that Ndlangamandla stabbed the unnamed woman more than 20 times, in what is believed to have been a fit of rage.
Promes in trouble over stabbing
Dutch prosecutors demanded a two-year prison sentence for former Netherlands international footballer Quincy Promes at the start of his trial Friday over the stabbing of a cousin.
The 31-year-old Spartak Moscow forward is alleged to have attacked the victim at a family birthday party in Abacoude, near Amsterdam, in 2020 in what is thought to have been a row over a stolen necklace.
Promes, who pleads not guilty, did not attend the opening of the trial in Amsterdam as he is in Russia fulfilling his contractual obligations to his club, his lawyer said.
Source: Sports Brief News