Middelburg murder accused in court

2013-03-07 16:00
Johannesburg - A Mpumalanga woman accused of murdering her partner appeared in the Middelburg Magistrate's Court on Thursday, Beeld reported on its website.

Ronell Botma and six co-accused would be back in court in April.

They are charged with, among other things, murder and conspiracy to commit murder following the death of Tiziano Ciciliato.

He was stabbed and bludgeoned to death in his Middelburg home.

Botma, 54, was granted bail of R10 000 on 19 February.

Botma's housekeeper Annah Mokwana, 51, was granted bail of R5 000, and her sister Dinah, 45, R1 000.

Mbuso Khoza, 29, was released on bail of R1 000 on 22 February.

Henry Chego, Doctor Jacob Tlou and Tsietsi Letsebe remain in custody.

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