Sanders' murder suspect nabbed in Zim

A fourth suspect is facing extradition from Zimbabwe to face murder charges for Corrie Sanders’ death.

A shrine, in remembrance of boxing legend Corrie Sanders, at the entrance to the church where his funeral service was held. Picture: Barry Bateman/EWN.

JOHANNESBURG - A fourth suspect was arrest in Zimbabwe on Friday in connection with the murder of boxing heavy weight champion Corrie Sanders.

Three men accused of murdering Sanders appeared in the Brits Magistrate's Court yesterday.

The case was postponed to August.

Sanders was shot dead at the Thatch Haven Country Lodge near Brits in September last year while attending his nephews birthday party

Police's spokesperson Thulane Ngubane said, "The suspect was already arrested for other crimes in Zimbabwe.

"The two governments now need to work on a process on how to extradite him to answer for the crimes committed in South Africa."