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Triple axe murderer Henri van Breda’s application for leave to appeal his conviction and sentence has been denied in the Western Cape High Court.
A friend of Henri van Breda's late mother is angry that he murdered her friend, but still feels some motherly empathy for the "loner", according to reports.
The Western Cape High Court has found Henri van Breda guilty of the murder of his parents and brother. Watch the moment Judge Siraj Desai handed down the judgment.
Henri van Breda has been found guilty by the Western Cape High Court in the murder trial of his parents and brother. Scroll through our blog to track how the judgment unfolded.
Leenta Nel, sister of the late Teresa van Breda, spoke to YOU about her belief in her nephew Henri van Breda’s version of events.
Triple murder accused Henri van Breda is set to hear his fate in the Western Cape High Court. Here's the case by the numbers.
The much-anticipated judgment in the trial of alleged triple axe murderer Henri van Breda is expected to be postponed.
The prosecution has failed to prove its case beyond a reasonable doubt that Henri van Breda axed his family to death in their De Zalze home three years ago, his defence advocate has argued in the Western Cape High Court.
Murder-accused Henri van Breda is facing closing arguments in the Western Cape High Court.
It is unlikely Henri van Breda would be able to concoct a story of what transpired the night his parents and brother were hacked to death if he had suffered an epileptic seizure, says a neurologist.
Judge Siraj Desai is expected to pass judgment in convicted axe murderer Henri van Breda's application for leave to appeal.
Andre van Breda says he is heartbroken that his nephew Henri has been found guilty of killing his father, mother, and brother, and seriously injuring his sister.
Henri van Breda has been found guilty by the Western Cape High Court in the murder trial of his parents and brother. Watch live from News24's studio in Cape Town as we unpack the trial and look ahead to Van Breda's sentencing.
Henri van Breda has been found guilty in the Western Cape High Court.
Triple murder accused Henri van Breda will hear his fate in the Western Cape High Court on Monday. Here's everything you need to know ahead of proceedings.
The Western Cape High Court is expected to deliver judgment in the case of triple murder accused Henri van Breda.
The totality of the evidence against Henri van Breda did not exclude the possibility of an unknown assailant, defence advocate Pieter Botha argued in the Western Cape High Court.
Henri van Breda did not do anything to help his family after they were axed in their home and instead of helping his sister, he "smoked three cigarettes while waiting for her to die", the Western Cape High Court has heard.
It was unlikely that Henri van Breda would be able to concoct a story of what transpired the night his parents and brother were murdered if he had suffered an epileptic seizure, the Western Cape High Court heard on Tuesday. Watch as the trial continues.
The neurologist who examined Henri van Breda following a reported seizure earlier this month considered the possibility that the triple murder accused was faking the illness, he told the Western Cape High Court on Monday. Watch our live stream above.
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