Accident experts take the stand in Duduzane Zuma inquest
Both the defence and state will present witness who re-enacted the sequence of events.
JOHANNESBURG - Accident re-creation experts are expected to present their report this morning at the inquest into a fatal accident involving President Jacob Zuma's son, Duduzane.
The experts spent yesterday wrapping up their report into February's crash, in which a woman who was a passenger in a taxi was killed.
Three other people were also injured.
Both Zuma and taxi driver Jabulani Dlamini have testified in the inquiry each giving their own account of what happened on the night Phumzile Dube was killed.
Today evidence is expected to be presented in the Randburg Magistrates Court by accident recreation experts from both the state and the defence.
The metro police's Johan van Loggerenberg and the defence's Johannes Hans-Strydom met yesterday and pieced together both Zuma and Dlamini's accounts, to wrap them up in one and paint the scene.
The President's son maintains the accident was caused by heavy rain and poor visibility and that he lost control of his Porsche after hitting a puddle.
However, Dlamini has told the court that there were no puddles on the road.