The National Prosecuting Authority acting director of public prosecutions George Baloyi wants a formal  inquest into  the Life Esidimeni tragedy after the NPA concluded there was insufficient evidence to bring charges in 144 deaths of psychiatric patients it investigated.

An inquest into the deaths of the patients will be heard by a Pretoria high court judge...

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