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I saw their heads being chopped off, says witness

THE beheading and setting alight of the men believed to have killed suspected Durban drug kingpin Yaganathan Pillay, more commonly known as Teddy Mafia, has been described as barbaric.

Professor Nirmala Devi Gopal, of the University of KwaZulu Natal Discipline of Criminology and

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