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Possible scenario’s leading to Macia’s death highlighted

Dr Solly Skosana was asked to take the stand again to clarify Judge Bert Bam's questions about the Mido Macia’s injuries.

The pathologist told the judge in the Mido Macia trial that he is not being told everything about what lead to Macia’s death.

Skosana gave four possible scenarios that may have led to the death of the Mozambican taxi driver. Xolane Gwala and Ewn Reporter Masego Rahlaga look into the various scenario’s. Listen to the full conversation below.


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