THE MURDER CASE OF THE TWO PAKISTANI NATIONALS ACCUSED OF DISMEMBERING THE BODY OF GRADE 3 TEACHER HAS BEEN POSTPONED.
POLOKWANE| National Prosecuting Authority Limpopo regional spokesperson, Mashudu Malabi-Dzhangi says the trial in the murder case against the two Pakistani nationals who murdered Precious Magabane has been postponed to June.
Ashan Fraz Cheema and Raza Ali were expected to appear before the Limpopo High Court: Polokwane Division for the murder of Precious Magabane today.
Malabi-Dzhangi says the case was postponed in order for one of the accused to secure a defence lawyer few hours ago.
This follows the disappearance of the Grade 3 teacher at Kabishi Primary School in Mashampthane on the 23rd of December 2018 after she allegedly had an argument with her boyfriend, Cheema.
The body of the 33-year-old Magababe was found dismembered in refuse bags in an open veld along the Burgersfort- Lydenburg road. It is reported that the bags were disposed at different places while other body parts were found buried in a shallow grave.
Cheema and Ali are accused of murder, defeating the end of justice, illegal immigration and other charges.
Meanwhile, the Magabane family is yet to conduct a funeral service for Precious after her skeletal remains went missing 2 years ago at a government mortuary in Lebowakgomo.
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