State calls for lesser charge in Sebina case

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The remaining accused person in the murder case that initially involved South African Thabo Setimela, Aubrey Nkuna and Victor Sebina may just walk away with just a lesser charge of grievous harm.

Sebina, who the court last June ruled that he has a case to answer after acquitting his accomplices Setimela and Nkuna; is accused of killing Lesley Manga Ntshwane over an argument over missing watches.

State Prosecutors, Ambrose Mubika and Mmapatsi Tshimologo, yesterday before Justice Key Dingake of Gaborone High Court made admissions that the deceased may have died of natural causes.

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