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Verdict in 'Jub Jub' trial expected
Molemo ‘Jub Jub’ Maarohanye and Themba Tshabalala will learn their fate on Tuesday.
Judgment began last week Wednesday, with Magistrate Brian Nemavhidi summarising the testimonies of all 32 witnesses.
The two are facing several charges, including murder and driving under the influence of drugs and alcohol, after they crashed their cars in March 2010, while allegedly drag racing in Soweto.
Four schoolchildren were killed and two others seriously hurt in the incident.
A postmortem revealed that the schoolchildren died of head and multiple body injuries, while one of them died of a broken neck.
Tuesday’s verdict may signal an end to the lengthy trial.
Judgment began last week Wednesday, with Magistrate Brian Nemavhidi summarising the testimonies of all 32 witnesses.The Protea Magistrate’s Court recalled evidence brought against the accused, indicating that they both tested positive for cocaine and morphine after the crash on Mdlalose Street.
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