Relief as teacher is acquitted for dangerous driving

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KANYE: A teacher signed with relief for 29-year-old teacher, Unobatsho Mosu, after he was discharged and acquitted for allegedly causing an accident that claimed the life of Lox Moshanga.

On the previous day, the prosecution brought a vehicle Inspector, Modiegi Motladiile, who testified that he inspected the car after the accident and ruled out the possibility of a tyre burst. Though the accused had said the left rear tyre was torn on the inner side and he availed pictures, Motladiile disputed that and affirmed that the car had no visible mechanical fault.

Another witness, Sergeant David Kaisara, said he received a report of an accident that happened at Motlhalawakgomo settlement along the Kanye-Jwaneng road on March 11, 2014. He said upon arrival at the scene the accused person introduced himself as the driver of the car which had overturned with him and other four passengers who were already rushed to the hospital.

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A step in the right direction

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