Henning murder accused in plea talks

2012-03-29 14:34
Pretoria – The prosecution in the Chanelle Henning murder case revealed on Thursday that Preshan Singh, who was released on bail of R5 000 bail, had entered into plea bargain negotiations.

Former Nigerian athlete Ambrose Monye would apply for bail, the Pretoria Magistrate's Court heard on Thursday.

The bail application has been set down for three days from April 24.

Monye and his co-accused Andre Gouws and Singh appeared in court on Thursday.

Two more co-accused, Willem Pieterse and Gerhardus du Plessis, are already serving 18-year jail sentences for their roles in the murder.

Singh would appear again in court on May 3 with Gouws, who was denied bail earlier this month.
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