Schoeman adamant he didn't harm baby Wade

The Pretoria parents accused of murdering their two-month-old son have concluded their testimony.

Parents conclude their testimony in baby wade murder.

JOHANNESBURG - The Pretoria parents accused of murdering their two-month-old son concluded their testimony in the North Gauteng High Court on Wednesday.

Nolan Schoeman and his former partner Marissa Rudman are on trial for the 2009 murder of their son, Wade.

State prosecutor Cornelia Harmzen asked Schoeman to tell the court what made him so angry that he killed his son.

As he responded that he did not harm the child, she fired off another series of questions at him.

Harmzen added that she did not believe he was alone when he assaulted the child, referring to Rudman's complicity.

Schoeman contradicted himself on several occasions under cross examination, but blamed this on his poor memory caused by drug abuse.

The matter was adjourned until next month.