Juliette Manitshana-Mnqeta

Juliette Manitshana-Mnqeta matriculated from Westerford High School in 2005. She is currently based in Plettenberg Bay and works as a freelance Labour Court transcriber and isiXhosa translator. The crime novel she will be working on has the working title If The Dead Could Talk.

Juliette Manitshana-Mnqeta: Now We’re Even

They shot him. Well, at least that is what they told Mzwandile Cothoza. His best friend and former business partner, Wayne Stevens, had just passed away. It had been a […]

You Have to Let Me Tell You About CC

Episode 1 Special Agent Jospeh Mafu couldn’t believe what he was seeing. He gaped like a five-year-old as he stared ahead through the one-way window, into the interrogation room. Surely […]

Now You See Me, Now You Don’t

Yoliswa’s lifeless body lay sprawled on the kitchen floor. With his bloody hands on his head, Thembani paced back and forth, hyperventilating. What did I just do? He stopped pacing […]

At the Funeral

A Ma’am Mzimba Case Chapter One “The Interruption” She strutted into the church, quite a sight to behold. She wore a bright yellow maxi dress that accentuated her alluring figure. […]