Tshwane homeless attacks: Victim says he can't identify accused as man who stabbed him

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Manusi Moshukudu Mothupi.
Manusi Moshukudu Mothupi.
Christiaan du Plessis

The first homeless man allegedly attacked by Manusi Mothupi as he slept in a park in Tshwane did not see who stabbed him multiple times. 

Mothupi appeared in the Pretoria Magistrate's Court on Wednesday, where his trial started following multiple postponements and delays. 

He is charged with two counts of attempted murder after he allegedly attacked two sleeping homeless men in Magnolia Park in Bailey's Muckleneuk, Pretoria, between February and May 2019. 

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