Case against CT investor's killers postponed

2012-10-24 17:04

Johannesburg - The case against two men accused of killing an investment business owner was postponed by the Vredenburg Magistrate's Court on Wednesday, the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) said.

The case against Sibusiso Nteta and J Bosman was postponed until Monday when they were expected to bring a bail application, said NPA spokesman Jacques van Zyl. They remained in custody, he said.

Alexander Otten, 53, the owner of Northstar Asset Management, was found dead at his ransacked holiday home near Velddrif on Saturday.

He had sustained a head wound, his hands and feet were tied and a plastic bag had been placed over his head.

Nteta and Bosman were arrested in St Helena Bay on Monday.

  • Frank Cornelissen - 2012-10-24 17:31

    These two sub humans should be made an example of that the West Coast people will not stand for their brand of barbarism!

      catcus1 - 2012-10-24 18:31

      I hope the West coast people protest at court and oppose bail as the NPA is too sleg to do so on behalf of the citizens of this country. (in whose interests it is meant to act)

      mc.segal.5 - 2012-10-24 20:19

      Vote for an Independant western cape Up for yes down for no.

  • catcus1 - 2012-10-24 18:26

    Let them point out the scene of the crime and then shoot them when they try to escape - it's cheaper than taxpayers paying their board and lodging for the next 30 years.

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