Flabba's murder accused appears in court

Sindisiwe Manqele will go on trail in September for for allegedly killing her boyfriend 'Flabba'.

FILE: Sindisiwe Manqele has applied for bail after allegedly killing her boyfriend Nkululeko Habedi. Picture: Govan Whittles/EWN.

JOHANNESBURG - The trial of the woman who allegedly stabbed South African hip hop artist Nkululeko Habedi to death has been postponed in the Gauteng South High Court this morning.

Sindisiwe Manqele claims she killed Habedi in self defence at his Alexandra home in March, during what she said was an argument.

Earlier this year, Manqele applied for bail showing what she claimed to be defence wounds on her stomach and wrists.

She said they were inflicted by Habedi during the alleged fight.

But it will be up to the court to test Manqele's version of events in light of the rapper's brother claiming wounds were self-inflicted after the ordeal.

The 26-year-old is currently out on bail.

The National Prosecuting Authority has said the state has a strong case against her.

The trial will go ahead in September.

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