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Senzo Meyiwa Case: Court Hears Two Accused Exchanged Over 100 Phone Calls



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Court proceedings in the Senzo Meyiwa murder trial have revealed startling details, as cellphone records indicate that two of the accused exchanged over 100 phone calls and texts, according to evidence shared by cellphone data analyst Gideon Gouws in the North Gauteng High Court in Pretoria.

According to IOL, Gouws, who first testified in April, examined cellphone evidence from accused two, Bongani Sandiso Ntanzi, and accused five, Fisokuhle Ntuli, both of whom were found with cellphones while in prison shortly after their arrests.

The data showed extensive communication among all the accused, suggesting familiarity, a claim they have denied.

Five men—Muzikawukhulelwa Sibiya, Ntanzi, Mthokoziseni Maphisa, Mthobisi Mncube, and Ntuli—are facing trial for the murder of Meyiwa.

Also read: Bongani Ntanzi, Accused in Senzo Meyiwa Trial, Caught with Cellphone in Prison; Data to Be Revealed Wednesday


Under cross-examination by advocate Zithulele Nxumalo, who represents accused four, Maphisa, Gouws revealed that Maphisa had been in contact with Sibiya at least 14 times and with Mncube at least 20 times.

Furthermore, Maphisa was found to have communicated with Ntuli over 100 times through calls and texts.

Previous testimony from a specialist police officer indicated that singer Kelly Khumalo, Meyiwa’s girlfriend at the time, had also been in contact with Ntuli, with records showing at least two phone calls between them.

The trial continues on Thursday, shedding light on the case’s intricate communication.

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Senzo Meyiwa Trial: Tense Dispute Arises as Defense Challenges Testimony from Data Analyst on Cellphone Evidence

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