Local woman on making peace with losing her daughter at hands of Witbank gynaecologist – 'It's time to live my life'

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Buyi Daweti (middle) says she’s now focusing on raising her granddaughter, Lisa­khanya (left) and son Hlalefo. (Photo: Lubabalo Lesolle)
Buyi Daweti (middle) says she’s now focusing on raising her granddaughter, Lisa­khanya (left) and son Hlalefo. (Photo: Lubabalo Lesolle)

The doctor who was jailed after the death of her daughter is now free but Buyiselwa says she’s leaving the case in God’s hands. 

She'd wanted nothing more than to see justice served. After losing her only daughter at the hands of a doctor she trusted, she spent more than a decade calling him to account. 

And the drawn-out legal battle didn’t just take a toll on her finances – it impacted her health and cost her her marriage too.  

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