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Gauteng fitness coach shot dead during live-streamed training session

Gauteng fitness coach shot dead

Gauteng fitness coach shot. During a training session televised live from Saulsville in Tshwane, a fitness coach was shot and killed in front of stunned clients.

Lawrence Masinge was shot at his home at 7 p.m. on Wednesday during the session.

Lt-Col Mavela Masondo, a police spokeswoman, said on Thursday that the motivation for the homicide remained unknown.

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When the shots were fired, one of Masinge’s clients, Zazi Nsibanyoni-Mugambi, and her sister were participating in the training session.

“A man came in and shot him. People were exercising and were completely unaware of what was going on. “He returned and shot him two more times before fleeing,” she told TimesLIVE.

“Everyone stood there seeing a lifeless corpse desperately trying to obtain aid.” This lasted [what seemed like] 30 minutes.”

Masinge, she claimed, was well-liked and successful in his company.

“He had a lot of clients and he was expanding.” He was shot by a well-dressed individual.

I work out with Lawrence on a regular basis. I had been traumatized. My sister had been through a lot. It was like seeing a live murder on Zoom, and there was nothing the opposing side could have done.”

Masinge, she said, is “contagious” and “energetic.”

“He was destroying the fitness industry.” He was about to take it to new heights. People didn’t understand the point in joining a gym. Nobody else compares to him.

“He has made a significant difference in my fitness journey. He was a very remarkable human being. “All he wanted was for everyone to do a better job.”

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Lawrence, she added, had a big influence on people’s lives.

She went on to say that several people who observed the incident needed trauma counseling.

“Police are urging anybody with information that might assist in the investigation or apprehending the suspects to contact their local police station or Crime Stop on 08600 10111.” “Information may also be supplied anonymously using the MySAPS App, which can be downloaded on any smartphone,” Masondo explained.

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