On Monday, the ongoing investigation into the deaths of 144 patients with mental health during the transfer of the Life Esidimeni 2016 project.

Former Mosego clinical head Mavis Mokgosinyana is still under cross-examination.

Patients died of starvation, dehydration and neglect after moving to poorly equipped NGOs.

This came after the closure of Life Esidimeni facilities by the Gauteng Department of Health in June 2016.

About 100 people died in four NGOs, including the Tocalani House in Sauetta, the Mosega House in Krugersdorp, the Precious Angels in Atheridgeville, and the Cullinan Rehabilitation Center, which housed two other NGOs, Anchor House and Siyabadinga.

Families are dissatisfied with the relocation of loved ones

Meanwhile, in September last year, a man tasked with managing the relocation of patients, Levi Massenogi, told investigators that families were unhappy with the relocation of their loved ones.

Mosenogi says the interactions between former MEC Gauteng Health MEC Kedani Mahlang and the families of Life Esidimeni health service users have sometimes been characterized by anger and dissolution.

SABC News reporter Chriselda Lewis provides more information in the report below:

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