Suspected satanic murder case postponed
The case against two two teenagers accused of killing two Soweto girls has been postponed again.
JOHANNESBURG - The case against two two teenagers accused of killing two Soweto girls has been postponed again.
It is believed the two victims were killed in a satanic ritual last week.
The two minors briefly appeared in camera in court on Wednesday morning.
A handful of family members were allowed to sit in on the proceedings.
The pair walked into the courtroom with ankle chains, covering their faces with jackets.
The victims were laid to rest on Tuesday at a joint funeral service.
The girls' bodies were found still dressed in their school uniforms in the veld last week.
Their alleged killers were arrested soon afterwards.
The case has been postponed to Friday for further investigation.