Mido case postponed

South Africa
The nine policemen accused of murdering Mozambican Mido Macia will appear in court in May. They were all denied bail last month. eNCA

Gauteng, April 13 – The case of the nine Daveyton policemen accused of murdering Mozambican national Mido Macia, has been postponed to next month. 

Footage of Macia being dragged through the streets of Daveyton hours before his death in police cells in February, sparked outrage. 

The officers were denied bail last month because the magistrate believed it would be easy for them to interfere with evidence.

-eNCA

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