DUT student Sandile Ndlovu’s alleged killer due in court
Sandile Ndlovu was robbed and stabbed in the head in a lecture room at the institution in September.
DURBAN - A Durban man suspected of killing Durban University of Technology (DUT) student Sandile Ndlovu is expected to appear in court on Thursday morning.
The 29-year-old was arrested on Monday following an operation by the university and the police.
Ndlovu was robbed and stabbed in the head in a lecture room at the institution in September.
He succumbed to his wounds shortly afterwards.
In a statement, the Economic Freedom Fighters student command said the murder accused was also a student at the university’s Steve Biko campus.
DUT spokesperson Alan Khan said a task team appointed by the university to assist with the murder investigation made a breakthrough a few days ago.
KZN police's Jay Naicker said they found the knife used to kill Ndlovu and recovered the cellphone that was stolen from him during the arrest.