On 29 May 2005, Johannes Mahlangu was arrested in connection with multiple murders. He was tortured in police custody, forced to confess and falsely implicated a neighbour. Now the Constitutional Court has ruled that the police minister must pay the men for their time in jail.
Two neighbours — Johannes Mahlangu and Phanie Mtsweni (who has since died) — must be compensated by the Police Minister for being jailed for more than eight months after one was…
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