HE was jealous after seeing his sugar mama wearing new shoes.

So he suspected she was cheating on him.

And in a fit of rage, Ncediso Qolweni allegedly killed Ntombincinci Majozi (then 50).

Ncediso, now 37, was arrested in 2013 and released on R1 000 bail.

The case continued until November of the same year, but was struck off the roll by the Tembisa Magistrates Court for outstanding evidence.

In 2018, the case was reinstated after evidence was gathered, but Ncediso absconded on 29 March.

Captain Bernard Matimulane of Ivory Park Police Station said Ncediso was supposed to appear in court, but vanished, which is in violation of his bail conditions.

Cops are now looking for him.

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Matimulane said Ncediso is originally from Engcobo in Eastern Cape.

Ntombincinci’s brother, Viga Majozi, from Ivory Park, said they wanted justice for his sister.

“Ntombincinci was a businesswoman and we heard she died for new shoes. It just doesn’t make sense. She didn’t deserve to die this way,” he said.

He said Ntombincinci left three kids behind.

“That man has to pay for what he did to my sister,” said Viga.

Ntombincinci’s son, Vusi, (24) said he prayed that the man who killed his mother gets what he deserves.

“He deprived me of my mother,” he said.

Vusi, who matriculated a few years ago, said he would have had a chance to further his studies if his mum was still alive.

“I will not forgive the man for what he did to us. I’m sitting at home with matric and I had hoped I would get a chance to study further, but nothing is coming my way.”

Vusi said after his taxi boss father died, his mum got a share from his estate.

“The taxis were divided among his three wives and my mother was running the business successfully until her death.

“I feel so empty and I can’t help but cry when I think of her,” he said.

Anyone with information on Ncediso’s whereabouts can contact Detective Constable Edmond Lebopo on 079 364 1541.