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Henning’s case postponed
The five men accused of murdering Chanelle Henning have appeared briefly in the Pretoria...
The five men accused of murdering Chanelle Henning have appeared briefly in the Pretoria Magistrate’s Court on Wednesday morning.
All the men appeared together for the first time.
But, the matter was postponed to Tuesday.
Henning was shot dead moments after dropping her son off at school in Faerie Glen two weeks ago.
The five accused will apply for bail when they return to court next week.
Preshan Singh, Ambrose Monye, Andre Gouws, Willem Pieterse and gunman, police constable Gerhardus du Plessis, stood side-by-side in the dock.
Numerous slash marks could be seen on the inside of Du Plessis's wrists, while he exchanged brief words with Pieterse, who is alleged to have rode the getaway bike.
Gouws tapped his hand on his heart while smiling at his girlfriend, his girlfriend responded by doing the same.
Monye gestured to a man in the court by waving his fingers in front of his eyes.
The man denied he knew him when questioned after proceedings.
(Edited by Tshepiso Moche)
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