Judgment day for sjambok murder accused

2016-11-21 05:49
Patrick Wisani in the Palm Ridge Magistrate's Court. (Wim Pretorius, News24)

Patrick Wisani in the Palm Ridge Magistrate's Court. (Wim Pretorius, News24)

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Johannesburg - Judgment in the murder trial of former ANC Youth league leader Patrick Wisani is expected to be handed down in the Randburg High court on Monday.

Wisani allegedly sjambokked his girlfriend, Nosipho Mandeleleni, 24, to death in their home in Yeoville in September last year. She died on the scene.

Wisani allegedly threatened and assaulted two State witnesses and as a result, his bail was revoked. He has been conducting his own legal defence. 

He was the chairperson of the ANC Youth League branch in the inner Johannesburg area prior to his arrest.

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