VIDEO: Accused 5's gestures during Sizwe Zungu's testimony yesterday is captured on tape KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Friday, September 8, 2023

VIDEO: Accused 5's gestures during Sizwe Zungu's testimony yesterday is captured on tape

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Accused 5 gestures during Sizwe Zungu's testimony yesterday is captured on tape. 

Information reads: "The state of expected to raise issues with accused 5's gestures during Zungu's testimony yesterday."

Constant Sizwe Zungu is expected to conclude his evidence-in-chief this morning before cross-examination of the witness starts.

It is said accused 5 was refusing to leave his cell this morning. However, all the accused are in court.

Judge Ratha Mokgoatlheng has warned the accused against intimidating witnesses.

Mokgoatlheng has gone further to say the same had happened during Jack Buthelezi’s testimony.

Buthelezi, accused 2 Bongani Ntanzi’s friend, made a U-turn on the witness on Tuesday when he was giving testimony about a conversation he had had with Ntanzi following his arrest.

During his evidence-in-chief, Buthelezi told the court that Ntanzi had told him he was arrested for unlawful possession of ammunition and for killing the former Bafana Bafana captain.

However, under cross-examination Buthelezi changed his tune saying Ntanzi had said it was the police that were saying he killed Meyiwa.

The judge, noting his 50 years of experience, says he noticed similar gestures from the accused.

He has admonished the accused.

The trial continues.

The defence is cross-examining Zungu who has placed all the five accused in Vosloorus on the day Meyiwa was shot and killed.

He has told the court about how the accused had carried a 38 Revolver special and a 9 mm pistol on the day and how accused 1, who he knows from KZN, had broken the news of Meyiwa’s death before the news officially broke before they seemed to celebrate over a bottle of whiskey.

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