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No Signs Of Torture, Duress, Interpreter Claims In Senzo Meyiwa Murder Case

It is one day, one new angle in the Senzo Meyiwa murder case as the authorities try to find those behind the killing of the Bafana Bafana goalie.

Bongani Ntanzi is one of those currently standing trial for the murder of the footballer. He is allegedly the triggerman in the case which has dragged on for several years.

During a recent court sitting, the interpreter had claimed that there was no sign of torture or duress when Bongani Ntanzi “confessed” about the case, something that is currently being disputed and debated among social media denizens.

Ntanzi is stranding trial alongside 4 others for the murder of the goalkeeper. Senzo Meyiwa was shot dead in the home of his then-girlfriend Kelly Khumalo in Vosloorus back in 2014. The singer was reportedly present alongside her sister, their mother and others.

However, all of them claimed not to know who pulled the trigger and not to have killed the goalie either. It is then left for the authorities to find out what actually happened on that day, and prosecute those involved.

It was initially claimed that Senzo was the victim of a robbery gone wrong. But that has since been disproved. Well, the trial continues.

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