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Channel24.co.za | Medical condition, not car crash injuries, killed Joe Mafela - Metro police

News24 Sunday, 19 March 2017
Actor Joe Mafela who was found dead after a car accident, apparently died from a medical condition as he did not sustain apparent injuries during the crash, metro police have said.
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