Justice is looking more certain for the family of community activist Loyiso Nkohla.
This is after another suspect was detained in Cofimvaba in the Eastern Cape on Tuesday the 28th of November.
The 41-year-old was arrested while appearing in court for an unrelated matter.
Nkohla was murdered at the Philliphi Railway station in April.
It’s believed he was targeted for his role in talks to clear Metro-rail’s centre line where families had built their homes.
The Hawks have now arrested four men linked to the murder.
However, one of them, 39-year-old Thobani Maxengana was found dead in a holding cell in East London in the Eastern Cape.
The Hawks confirmed that there was no foul play in that incident and Maxengana died from a heart attack.
The two other accused, Zukisa Tshabile, and Mziyanda Mdlungu are still in police custody.
The 41-year-old will be appearing in the Athlone Magistrate court on Friday the 1st of December.
Western Cape Hawks head, Major General Mathipa Makgato praised the members for the job well done in ensuring that all the alleged perpetrators are brought to book, and with the hope that justice will prevail.