SA woman faces execution
Johnnesburg - A South African woman is due to be executed by the Chinese government for smuggling drugs into that country, eNews reported on Sunday.
Janice Bronwyn Linden, 35, from KwaZulu-Natal who was caught carrying 3kg of crystal methamphetamine in November 2008, is due to be executed by lethal injection on Monday.
Linden, who has exhausted all possible appeal processes, is not aware of her impending execution as the Chinese government will only inform her on the day of execution.
Linden will be told on the morning of the execution.
Two of Linden's sisters are in China and will be allowed an hour with her before she is put to death.