Judge has to intervene in cross-examination to get clarity from murder accused

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A Port Elizabeth High Court judge had to step in on Tuesday during the cross-examination of a Motherwell man accused of murder when he became evasive about his movements on the night of a deadly shooting.

On several occasions during the cross-examination of Siphelele Gxasheka, 20, judge Mandela Makaula had to intervene and directly address Gxasheka in an attempt to get clarity on how he had left the Reconciliation Street, Kleinskool, house where Adrian Kammies was shot dead in August 2018...

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