Motswaledi Report: more questions than answers

UDC President Duma Boko with Gomolemo Motswaledi
UDC President Duma Boko with Gomolemo Motswaledi

Yesterday, July 30 was exactly a year since the sudden death of Gomolemo ‘Sir G’ Motswaledi. Yet there is still no sign of a report on what happened to the late Botswana Movement for Democracy (BMD) president, and the secretary general of the Umbrella for Democratic Change (UDC) or when the forensic report will be released, write Mmegi Staffers, TSAONE BASIMANEBOTLHE and THALEFANG CHARLES

A year into the death of Motswaledi, the question as to whether his accident was a hit on his life or another random fatal car crash still lingers. 

Senior members of his party who held the viewpoint that Motswaledi died as a result of foul play answered this burning question over what happened to the popular politician just moments after his death.

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