“We are, hereby, calling on the police and all investigating agencies to help us get to the bottom of this unfortunate incident so that justice is not just done, but also seen to be done.”
Sowetan has previously reported that Bushiri and his wife Mary will be facing charges on money laundering, fraud and contravention of the Prevention of the Organised Crime Act. Their case will be heard in the Pretoria specialised commercial crimes court in July.
Tshwane Emergency Services spokesperson Charles Mabaso said he can confirm the incident, but is waiting for a detailed update for operational information.
SAPS spokesperson Kay Makhubele confirmed that a case has been opened.
"A case has been opened and it is malicious damage to property," he said.