South Africa: Police must pay healers falsely accused of muti murder

The minister of police will have to compensate two traditional healers who were arrested and detained for over 10 months after they were falsely accused of murdering a man and harvesting his body parts.

Judge Mmonoa Teffo ruled the police were liable to compensate Seshego traditional healers Maselaelo Lizbeth Phasha and Bernardo Munday Bila, resulting from their unlawful arrest, detention and malicious prosecution in 2006.

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