Murder case postponed, moved to KZN

2018-06-29 06:01

MEN who face murder charges for allegedly murdering Umzimkhulu businessman Ndumiso Jali (72) and his wife Noma-India Jali (70) will remaining in custody until July 31.

On Wednesday, Andani Monco (30) and Kwanele Ndlwana (22) appeared in the Umzimkhulu Magistrate’s Court.

The case has been delayed due to a decision made by the Director of Prosecutions (DPP).

“DPP took the decision to have the trial conducted by the KwaZulu-Natal division and not the Eastern Cape because the suspects are faced with other cases in Ngcobo,” said National Prosecuting Authority spokesperson Luxolo Tyali.

He said the case was also postponed for further investigations.

Both Ndumiso and Noma-India were shot and killed in their home in the Bhoda village in Umzimkhulu. Money was also stolen from them during the incident.


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