Henning murder accused to wait longer

2012-04-26 18:15

Johannesburg - The bail application of former Nigerian athlete Ambrose Monye was postponed for the third time this week in the Pretoria Magistrate's Court on Thursday.

SABC news reported that the State asked for a postponement as there was no court room available.

Monye, 37, is accused of involvement in the murder of Pretoria woman, Chanelle Henning. The trial will resume on May 3.

The bail application was set down for three days from April 24, but could not be heard for the past two days as the presiding magistrate was sick.

Monye and his co-accused Andre Gouws and Preshan Singh last appeared in court at the end of March. Singh would appear again in court on May 3 with Gouws, who was denied bail in March.

Two other accused, Willem Pieterse and Gerhardus du Plessis, are already serving 18-year jail sentences for their roles in the murder.

  • Shirley - 2012-04-26 18:31

    Good!!! He will dissapear faster than the speed of light once he has bail!

  • Gieljam - 2012-04-26 18:38

    Unbelievable example how bad and fragile our law enforcing system is, every case so to speak is for ever dragging on or is closed prematurely or even worse thrown out of court .

  • Pierre - 2012-04-26 18:49

    How is it possible that the deceased's husband has not been arrested and charged? This is not a difficult one to figure out, guys.

      Lyn - 2012-04-27 12:34

      It is a case of one Luciferian (Gerrie Nel) defending another. They can keep these delays going for years.

      Lyn - 2012-04-27 12:42

      In the case of Musi Kunene they even burnt down the courtroom

  • les.cunningham1 - 2012-04-26 19:09

    What a load of cr@p!! All cases these days seem to be postponed. WTF!!

  • Adam Burgoyne - 2012-04-26 19:58

    I have a few spare tires give him some new jewelry a necklace will go down in flames!

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