‘DNA results and witnesses statements outstanding’ in Tshegofatso Pule’s murder case

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Tshegofatso pule's accused muzikayise malephane (31) appeared at roodepoort magistrate's court on thursday. Picture: Ntombizdwa Makhoba
Tshegofatso pule's accused muzikayise malephane (31) appeared at roodepoort magistrate's court on thursday. Picture: Ntombizdwa Makhoba

Muzikayise Malephane (31), the man accused of murdering pregnant Tshegofatso Pule, appeared in the Roodepoort Magistrate’s Court on Thursday and, for the first time the state prosecutor, shed light on why there were delays in the case.

The prosecutor told the court that the “DNA results, chain of evidence and possible witnesses’ statements were outstanding”.

“What we have obtained so far is section 205 [a court order that compels a person to testify in a criminal case] as well as the post mortem report,” said the prosecutor.

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