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Chasowa’s death ‘not suicide’, insists pathologist Dzamalala

NyasaTimes  "Malawi’s pathologist Dr Charles Dzamalala, who carried out a post-mortem on the body of a fourth year University of Malawi engineering student Robert Chasowa whose mysterious death police say, was a case of suicide, told Capital Radio’s Straight Talk programme on Tuesday that his death was not suicide and that his yet-to-be released report will state so.

Chasowa was found in a pool of blood at the college campus with a deep cut on the back of his head on September 24, 2011."


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