Meyiwa trial: Defence points out similarities in arrests of Sibiya and Ntanzi
There are glaring similarities in the cases faced by Muzikawukhulelwa Sibiya and Bongani Ntanzi, like how police happened to find live rounds of ammunition at both their places of residence while they were searching for other items, resulting in them being immediately charged.
Meyiwa murder trial: Accused allegedly implicated co-accused in drug dealing
On Monday, sergeant Batho Mogola testified that Muzikawukhulelwa Sibiya implicated Bongani Ntanzi during investigations into a drug deal charge he was arrested for.
Senzo Meyiwa: Investigator says Ntanzi taking chances with assault claims
Sergeant Batho Mogola has been testifying on the arrest and escort of two of the accused between May and June 2020 when they allegedly made confessions.
Senzo Meyiwa: Sibiya 'was making admissions' hours after his arrest, court told
The court is hearing testimony from Sergeant Batho Mogola, one of the arresting officers and an investigator in the Senzo Meyiwa murder case.
Another investigator to take the stand in Meyiwa murder trial
Sergeant Batho Mogola led the arrest of the first accused - Muzikawukhulelwa Sibiya - and was also pivotal in the investigation process.
Meyiwa trial: Investigator Vusumuzi Mogane set to return to the witness stand
Mogane has been cross-examined on vehicle tracking data from the day he was escorting one of the accused, Bongani Ntanzi. The investigator led Ntanzi's arrest in June 2020 and escorted him to allegedly sign two confession statements.
Senzo Meyiwa murder trial: Defence questions precision of GPS data
Evidence has been led on the tracking data of the car that was used to transport two of the accused to make confession statements.
Senzo Meyiwa murder trial: Ctrack confirms authenticity of SAPS car data
The court has been hearing testimony on the movements made by police while escorting one of Meyiwa’s alleged killers.
Meyiwa trial: Investigator says defence muddling versions of accused's claims
Sergeant Vusumuzi Mogane was giving testimony on vehicle tracking records of the car he drove while escorting the accused after he claimed police forced him to confess by assaulting him at different times while the vehicle was moving.
Meyiwa trial: Investigator explains why he circled Alberton, Germiston for hours
Sergeant Vusumuzi Mogane has faced tough questions in the Pretoria High Court on the vehicle tracking data from the car he was driving.
Meyiwa trial: Mogane explains why he spent hours circling Alberton, Germiston
Sergeant Vusumuzi Mogane was back on the witness stand on Wednesday for cross-examination.
Senzo Meyiwa: State hands over additional car tracking evidence to defence
The court has been hearing testimony from one of the investigators, Sergeant Vusumuzi Mogane, on the movements made as he escorted Bongani Ntanzi.
Senzo Meyiwa: Court hears details of Bongani Ntanzi's escort's movements
The court is hearing testimony on car-tracking evidence from Sergeant Vusumuzi Mogane in a trial within a trial.
Meyiwa murder trial: Defence widens evidence scope regarding escort of accused
The court ruled that the State should be allowed to lead vehicle tracking evidence from the car that escorted one of the accused, Bongani Ntanzi, after he claimed he was assaulted by police at multiple stops before being forced to sign a confession at the Moroka Police Station.
Judge allows leading of car tracking evidence in Senzo Meyiwa murder trial
The State wants the data to be used to determine the movements of the vehicles that escorted Bongani Ntanzi to make his confession statements in June 2020.
Meyiwa murder trial: Use of car tracking evidence to be ventilated
Proceedings in the trial within a trial were postponed on Friday morning after the defence lawyer for one of the accused, Bongani Ntanzi, called in sick.
Judge unhappy with latest delay, says some not taking Meyiwa case seriously
The matter stalled in the High Court Today due to one of the lawyers for the first two accused being unwell.
Senzo Meyiwa murder trial stalls due to lawyer's illness
The defence was set to give a way forward on how car tracking evidence would be led regarding the escorting of one of the accused.