Baby Jordan's killers eligible for parole in November
The killers were denied parole on the grounds that they still need to complete psychiatric treatment.
CAPE TOWN - Baby Jordan-Leigh Norton's killers, who have served half of their 20-year prison sentences, will be considered for parole again in November.
They were yesterday denied parole on the grounds that they still need to complete psychiatric treatment.
The pair, Bonginkosi Sigenu and Zanathemba Gwada, were contracted by Dina Rodrigues to kill the six-month-old baby in 2005.
Rodrigues is serving a life sentence for her role in the murder.
Regional Correctional Services Commissioner Delekile Klaas said: "When offenders reach half of their sentence they are eligible for parole but it is not a right."