Coligny - The North West High Court on Monday did an inspection in loco of the crime scene where Coligny teenager Matlhamola Mosweu was allegedly killed.
Pieter Doorewaard, 26, and Phillip Schutte, 34, are facing charges of murder, intimidation, kidnapping, unlawful possession of firearm, unlawful possession of ammunition, theft and pointing of a firearm for killing the teen, allegedly because he stole sunflowers.
Bonakele Pakisi, who witnessed the incident, pointed out the scene to Judge Ronald Hendrick as well as the sunflower field near where he allegedly saw the two farm workers throwing Mosweu out of a moving van on April 20, 2017.
He said he heard a boy screaming: "Mama [mother] help I am dying".
He explained that he was walking near a farm house near the sunflower field when he saw the two dumping Mosweu's body. When they realised he had seen them, they picked up the deceased, loaded him onto the back of the van and then confronted Pakisi, asking if he had seen what happened.