Magaqa's family believe that he was poisoned
As the Moerane Commission into political killings continues, the family of slain former secretary general of the ANC Youth League, Sindiso Magaqa, believe he was poisoned.
EWN reporter, Ziyanda Ngcobo says that despite the fact that Magaqa was shot several times, his family firmly believe that he poisoned prior to the shooting.
Sindiso was shot several times late last year, but his family yesterday telling us that they believe he was poisoned - reason being that he was actually shot in the lower body and the weekend before he died, on the Friday evening, he had complained of stomach aches and severe diarrhea and then he died a few hours after that.Ziyanda Ngcobo, EWN Reporter
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