Car clues emerge from Donald Duck murder case

FILE PICTURE: Murder-accused Jozi FM DJ, Donald Sebolai. Picture: Alaister Russell

Some of the items that were found in a white Fiat Palio belonging to the late Dolly Tshabalala included a pink gown, gents stripped shirt and a pair of trousers, the Johannesburg high court sitting in Palm Ridge heard on Tuesday morning.

Tshabalala was allegedly stabbed to death at her flat in Jabulani, Soweto by her boyfriend and former Jozi FM DJ Donald Sebolai in June last year.

Presenting to the court what she found in the car that was left abandoned in central western Jabavu, Constable Joyce Mofokeng said most of the clothing items found in the car had blood stains on them.

“There was a lot of blood on the gown because I saw a lot of clots all over it when I lifted it up.

“We also found a wet shirt which looked like it was recently washed,” Mofokeng said.

The court also heard about nicely packed male clothes and a knife with a black handle which was found inside the car.

Mofokeng said the vehicle in question was found unlocked with no keys on the ignition.

“I pulled the sleeves over my jersey over my hand just so I could open the door,” Mofokeng said.

Court was adjourned till 12.15pm.

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