Rohde in court for wife's Spier murder

2016-08-25 13:27

Cape Town - Jason Rohde is appearing in the Stellenbosch Magistrate's Court for his wife's murder last month 

Rohde, who was arrested two days ago at his Bryanston home in connection with his wife Susan's death, was met with a 'media frenzy' at the court. 

Following Susan's death, an inquest docket was opened, however, the results of the State pathologist’s post mortem led to the cause of her death being changed to murder.

Rohde has said that his arrest without a warrant is "a violation of rights".

Read more on:    spier  |  susan rohde  |  jason rohde  |  cape town

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