Two police officers accused of killing Samantha Radebe will return to court on 29 October. The two have briefly appeared at the Alexandra magistrate’s court.
The case was postponed because the accused don’t have a legal representative. Radebe was killed while on her way to work, allegedly in the crossfire between the police and suspects.
The National Prosecuting Authority said it believes it has enough evidence for a successful prosecution.
NPA spokesperson Phindi Louw-Mjonondwane said, “as the NPA we can confirm that the prosecution took the docket through an assessment process.
“During that process, we realised there are prospects of a successful prosecution in this case. Our duty is to represent all relevant evidence before the court and then the court will make a determination on the strength of the state case.
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