Zephany Nurse case: Accused adamant it was a ‘legal adoption’
She has denied snatching the child from her sleeping mother's arms at Groote Schuur Hospital in 1997.
Zephany Nurse case: Accused allegedly ‘ordered’ the baby
The State has questioned why the accused would trust a woman, known only as ‘Sylvia’, with adopting a baby.
#ZephanyNurse trial: State to cross-examine accused
The woman insists she was not at Groote Schuur Hospital at the time Zephany was kidnapped in 1997.
Zephany Nurse accused sticks to 'adoption' story
In court today, the accused said she did not snatch the baby at Groote Schuur Hospital in April 1997.
#ZephanyNurse case postponed
The accused maintains she thought she was legally adopting Zephany Nurse.
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Zuma promises better life for all
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Farmworkers need more than wages
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'Closure for rape victims expensive'
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