Henning murder case to resume
The two men accused of killing Chanelle Henning will appear in court on Monday.
PRETORIA - The trial of the two men accused of murdering Pretoria mother Chanelle Henning is scheduled to resume on Monday, but it is understood the matter will be postponed.
The case got underway in the North Gauteng High Court last December.
Henning was shot dead moments after dropping off her son at school in Faerie Glen in November 2011.
While it is unclear why the matter will be postponed, Eyewitness News understands it will resume in two weeks' time.
When the case adjourned in December, Hawks forensic data expert Francois Moller was being cross examined by Andre Gouws advocate Dan Mostert.
Mostert concluded that line of questioning suggesting he would test the admissibility of the evidence being used against his client.
Moller produced cellphone and banking data collaborating the versions provided by the two men already convicted of murdering Henning.
Gouws and former Nigerian Olympic athlete Ambrose Monye are accused of plotting the hit.