Legal teams in Duduzane Zuma inquest to visit crash site
Today’s weather is perfect for this trip given that it was raining on the day Zuma crashed his Porsche.
JOHANNESBURG - Legal teams in the Duduzane Zuma accident inquest made their way to the N1 highway earlier on Monday to determine exactly where the fatal collision happened in February.
A woman died and three others were injured when Zuma's Porsche crashed into the back of a tax i on Grayston Drive in Sandton.
Today's rainy weather was perfect for this trip given that it was raining on the day Zuma crashed his Porsche into the taxi.
The president's son has told the court the visibility was bad on that night because it was raining and that he lost control of his vehicle after hitting a puddle.
Earlier this year, the National Prosecuting Authority declined to prosecute Zuma due to insufficient evidence and instead opened the inquest to determine whether the accident was caused by human error.
At the same time, a gantry on the N1 north near the Rivonia Road offramp is likely to be used to determine whether Zuma was following the speed limit on the night Phumzile Dube was killed.