Judge to rule on Terre'Blanche info
Ventersdorp - The trial within the trial of two people accused of killing AWB leader Eugene Terre'Blanche was adjourned on Wednesday morning so that Judge John Horn could rule on the validity of information gathered from the two accused shortly after the crime.
Proceedings in the High Court sitting in Ventersdorp were due to resume on Wednesday afternoon.
The matter was not argued before the court on Tuesday because defence lawyer Kgomotso Tlouane was ill.
Instead, the legal teams for the accused and the State exchanged written heads of argument.
These were handed to Horn on Wednesday morning for his consideration.
Farmworker Chris Mahlangu and a minor, who may not be named, are charged with beating Terre'Blanche to death in his farmhouse outside Ventersdorp in North West in April 2010.
Both have pleaded not guilty to murder, housebreaking, and robbery with aggravating circumstances. Mahlangu claims he acted in self defence. The teenager has denied involvement in the crime.