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'Daveyton cell commander never followed procedure’: Mido trial

The trial of 9 men accused of the Mozambican taxi driver Mido Macia’s murder commenced at The High Court in Pretoria this morning following numerous delays.

Macia was handcuffed and dragged behind a police van in Daveyton. The Mozambican taxi driver died hours after he arrived at the police station from several injures that were left untreated.

EWN reporter, Mia Lindeque speaking to Camilla Bath (in for Stephen Grootes) on the Midday Report reports that the incident has sparked international outrage.

Listen to Mia's full report below:

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