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Murder accused mum weeps for her kids

WEEPY: An upset Mmuso

A young mother accused of conniving with her baby daddy to kill their 18-month-old son back in August 2016, wept hysterically when she learnt court were sending three of her other children to SOS Village in Tlokweng.

27-year-old Keamogestse Mmuso and her boyfriend, ThulaniMoyo, 28, are both facing a murder charge over the toddler’s death.

The couple took their unconscious son to Kopong Clinic, where upon examination nurses noticed marks of strangulation and scars on the baby’s face and ears.

The child was later confirmed dead by a doctor and the parents were arrested by the police an...

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