Meyiwa died from contact shot, says pathologist  

Forensics pathologist Dr Johannes Steenekamp told the Pretoria high court on Tuesday that Senzo Meyiwa’s wound was consistent with a contact shot which suggested the gun was on his body when it was fired. Steenekamp, who conducted Meyiwa's postmortem, said the cause of death was consistent with a bullet wound in the chest involving the heart and lung. Five men are accused of murdering the soccer star in Vosloorus in October 2014. 
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