Anti-apartheid activist Neil Aggett’s partner at the time Dr Elizabeth Floyd says she doesn’t believe he committed suicide. She testified at the inquest into Aggett’s death in the High Court in Johannesburg on Thursday that they were transported in different cars after their arrest.

She was taken to Bronkhospruit police station while Aggett was taken to John Vorster Square for interrogation. She also told the court that she was interrogated by a chief interrogator Stephan Whitehead. Floyd says she never saw Aggett again.

Floyd says she was denied permission to attend Aggett’s funeral but she was allowed to see his body at the Hillbrow government mortuary. She has been giving evidence at Aggett death inquest at the Johannesburg high court.

The hearing continues on Friday morning.