Murder case accused to receive medical care
Vele, 29, and Nditsheni Daniel Nefolovhodwe, 32, were attended to by doctors.
Kramer said that of the four men, only Moseki was his responsibility.
Moseki had been to a medical facility.
“Not long ago, he told me that he was feeling some pain in his ribs. I asked him what was wrong and he indicated that he was assaulted on arrest. I made the arrangements and he went to the clinic,” said Kramer.
“I do not know what happened at the clinic, I wasn’t there. I saw him going to the clinic on the particular day.”
Moseki said although he had been to a hospital, he had not received adequate medical attention.
“I did go to the hospital, but they only gave me pain tablets,” he said.
Kramer said inmates were encouraged to contact medical professionals, who were readily available at the facilities.
“We don’t force people to go to the clinic. Every morning after breakfast, at every cell, the inmates are called for clinic.
“If they don’t come out, we can’t grab someone by the arm and force them, except (if) he can’t walk or is injured.”
Regarding Moseki’s coaccused, Kramer told the court he had heard the men had refused treatment.
Nefolovhodwe told the court he had repeatedly asked prison officials to refer him to a doctor as he had suffered internal injuries.
“They told me that we don’t assist anyone in the afternoon, they said I was supposed to have been helped in the morning. The following day they told