WATCH | eMkhondo murders: Court hears victims were allegedly 'choked, sjambokked'

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The five accused appeared in the Mkhondo Magistrate's Court in connection with the murder of the Coka brothers.
The five accused appeared in the Mkhondo Magistrate's Court in connection with the murder of the Coka brothers.
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The Piet Retief Magistrate's Court in eMkhondo, Mpumalanga, has heard the account of Christopher Thwala, the only survivor of an alleged assault that happened on the Pampoenkraal farm in August last year.

According to Christopher, he, his brother, Sifiso Thwala, and Musa Nene were allegedly assaulted by eight men, including the owner and his son, at the farm on the day.

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