Siblings accused of killing Samwu leaders back in court

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The trial of three Radzuma siblings accused of killing two South African Municipal Workers’ Union (Samwu) leaders in Vhembe District Municipality will resume in the high court in Thohoyandou, Limpopo on Monday.

Two of the siblings, Simon and Percy allegedly shot and killed Timmy Musetsho and Ronald Mani in two separate incidents in Thohoyandou, two years ago.

The other sibling, Ndivhuwo, is being tried in a separate case which involves the murder of Zwothe Nemulodi, a person of interest in the Samwu leaders’ killing.

The state is expected to call more key witnesses when the trial proceed.

Twenty-six of the 150 state witnesses lined up have thus far testified.

They include investigating officers, ANC councilor, employees at Vhembe District Municipality as well as deceased’s relatives.

They were vocal against municipalities investing public funds in the now defunct VBS mutual bank.

The videos below is reporting on previous court proceedings