WATCH | Sergeant Mosia still under cross-examination as Senzo Meyiwa murder trial continues

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The trial of the five men accused of killing former Bafana Bafana captain Senzo Meyiwa continued in the Gauteng High Court in Pretoria on Wednesday. 

The State's first witness, Sergeant Thabo Mosia, is still in the witness stand.

On Monday, he testified that he had found blood splatter on the wall in the kitchen, as well as blood stains in the living room, between the television and couch.

On Tuesday, defence advocate Zandile Mshololo questioned Mosia about the blood stains.

Mshololo said the absence of blood stains on the kitchen floor was an indication that blood had been cleaned up, as per statements. She said this was evidence that the crime scene had been contaminated.

Meyiwa was shot dead on 26 October 2014, at the home of his girlfriend, Kelly Khumalo, in Vosloorus, Ekurhuleni.

The five accused – Mthobisi Mncube, Muzikawukhulelwa Sibiya, Bongani Ntanzi, Mthokoziseni Maphisa, and Fisokuhle Ntuli – pleaded not guilty to charges of murder, attempted murder, armed robbery, illegal possession of an unlicensed firearm, and illegal possession of ammunition.

Watch the proceedings live.

Stream courtesy of SABC.


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