Crime: Prince Zulu to face trial next year

2008-09-25 00:00

Durban businessman Prince Sifiso Zulu will go on trial on two counts of culpable homicide in February next year.

Zulu arrived at the Durban Regional Court looking calm with no visible signs of the injuries he sustained when he allegedly stabbed himself and jumped out of his second-floor flat just as police arrived to arrest him on charges of defeating the ends of justice.

Dressed in a white cotton shirt and khaki pants, Zulu appeared relaxed and chatted briefly with his lawyer, Mvuseni Ngubane, before entering the court room.

The charges relate to an accident in which students Sdumisile Mncube and Hlengiwe Dlamini were killed in a vehicle crash.

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