Kidnap, murder accused siblings in court

2013-11-08 16:06

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Johannesburg - The case of three siblings, who allegedly locked their father and two children in a room for more than a year, was postponed on Friday, SABC reported.

Samuel Malatji, Regina Malatji and Lillian Malatji appeared briefly in the Atteridgeville District Court.

The three face charges of murder, kidnapping and defeating the ends of justice.

They appeared in court in September when bail was denied.

They were arrested in September when police found the decomposing body of their father, Benedict Malatji, locked in a dark room at their home in Atteridgeville.

The three will appear in court again on Tuesday.

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