The story about a rabbit man who was slowly broken by a snake in a deep 49-meter well on a new case in claims that he fell to death in the aftermath of a rope he was a used broke.
The snake seems to have never existed and may have been created to cover up the fall.
The Bulawayo fire brigade has recently appeared that it took a long time to recover the body because the victim's family was in a position; refusing to be covered out of the narrow base of the well.
"They said they believed they thought they were fighting each other in the death of Sandile Mguni (25). They were afraid to make a hook we can damage our body and to destroy the cause of death, "said Mr Richard Peterson, Chief Fire Officer of Bulawayo.
He said when the family finally gave permission to Friday; got her body back inside minutes.
"We put clothes on the cloth and the body was not damaged," he said.
The fountain owner Mr Glen Moyo of Mkarabuli Village under Mabhikwa's Chief Executive had contracted William Jacob Ndlovu's return to return.
Mr Ndlovu's name was called Ndosi, which is now known as the Sikhwehle Village and Mr Bhekani Nyoni, who died today.
On Wednesday, November 14, Mguni went to the well with a rope with the help of Mr Ndlovu and Mr Nyoni.
According to earlier reports, while Mguni, called Mgunyana, was not best inside, Mr Ndlovu and Mr Nyoni heard that he was betrayed by a snake.
Mguni's body was fished on Wednesday last week with rescuers from the Hwange Colliery Company and the Bulawayo Fire Brigade Association, eight days after the event was dead. They used a light-light at the bottom of the well with a diameter of less than one meter and short-haired trousers, and then he was plucked off before he pulled his body out.
The body was still full of wounds on the head and on the shoulder, it was told the Chronicle.
There are submissions that Mr Ndlovu has put out a plan to capture the accident and scratch the snake's story so that he can not be arrested for neglect.
Allegations claim that Mr Ndlovu had promised to give Mr Nyoni a cow.
The news team visited the area on Friday a few hours after the Mguni funeral and spoke to the two families.
The burial site says that almost turned into a warzone due to a non-published post mortem report.
The efforts were to talk to Mr Ndlovu and Mr Nyoni without need because the two now live at the Gomoza Police Foundation for security reasons due to their delightful habitat in their area.
The news team also visited the police center and they saw the two busy with housing shows.
Both the late Mguni and Moyo families said the snake story was covered as no one saw it. "We started to stream the well in 1996 and finished in 2000. We almost used it and we wanted to clean it. We left all the water and paid We Ndosi $ 30 wanted to explore the well to find out why the water level was low and he said there was central cement, "said Mr Moyo at his home.
Mr Moyo said Mr Ndlovu and his earlier crew tell him about a snake thrush sound in the well.
He said before the crash that the third drum dropped full of water and poured it into the well in an attempt to kill the snake.
"We had just got tea with the three when I looked at my donkey and called my wife to go back again. Ndosi said there was an accident. He said they had heard Mguni a & # 39; they blew in the well and quietly they went silent, "said Mr Moyo.
"No one else saw the snake around the well and even after the incident. From there we filled the well with rubbish."
His son, Mr. Sambulo Moyo, said they were ready to make the Mguni family wanting compensation.
Mguni's uncle, Mr Luka Mguni, said the family wanted compensation.
"They told us the story of a snake that nobody else saw. The postmortem says that he had injured his fat burning and the one that suggests that he fell and we are unhappy with the made report they have given us. We did not have a lawsuit because the police wanted to do research, "said Mr Mguni not to tell what the family wanted compensation.
Mr Mguni said he would have been trying to save a snake in rescuers who could save Sandy's life.