Senzo Meyiwa trial: Defence to focus on Ntanzi’s confession and rights
The court is hearing evidence on a confession statement signed by Bongani Ntanzi in June 2020 at the Moroka Police Station, with Lieutenant-Colonel Mohale Raphadu set to return to the witness stand.
Meyiwa murder trial: Ntanzi was 'happy and free' when he confessed, court told
The State is leading evidence in a trial within a trial to determine the admissibility of confessions by Bongani Ntanzi and his co-accused Muzikawukhulelwa Sibiya.
'I want to know what happened to him': Meyiwa trial a daily fix for some
As the quest for the truth behind Senzo Meyiwa's death plays out in the Pretoria High Court, some have committed to following the judicial proceedings daily in a bid to find out for themselves.
'Justice must be done for the people of Senzo': SA marks 9 years since murder
Some South Africans have been attending the trial to find out exactly what happened to their beloved Bafana Bafana captain after he was gunned down allegedly by intruders on 26 October 2014.
Meyiwa trial: Defence continues to poke holes in state witness testimony
The court has been hearing evidence over a June 2020 pointing-out exercise with Muzikawukhulelwa Sibiya, one of the five men accused of murdering the football star.
Meyiwa trial: Defence argues accused was intimidated by cops while pointing out
The State is arguing for confession statements by two of the men accused of the soccer star's murder - Muzikawukhulelwa Sibiya and Bongani Ntanzi - to be admitted by the court.
Senzo Meyiwa murder trial: Defence points out officer’s paperwork errors
Lieutenant-Colonel Nkosikhona Hadebe was testifying on a pointing-out exercise that he carried out with one of the men accused of the football star's murder, Muzikawukhulelwa Sibiya.
Senzo Meyiwa murder trial: Police paperwork thrust into the spotlight
Lieutenant Colonel Nkosikhona Hadebe is being cross-examined in the Pretoria High Court on Tuesday.
Meyiwa trial: Court to hear further evidence on one of murder accused’s rights
The court is hearing arguments into the admissibility of confessions made by Bongani Ntanzi and Muzikawukhulelwa Sibiya regarding their alleged involvement in the murder of the football star.
Meyiwa murder trial: Photo evidence shows accused without visible injuries
The Pretoria High Court is hearing a trial into the admissibility of confession statements by two of the accused.
Meyiwa murder trial: Magistrate concedes Ntanzi's arrest was irregular
The Pretoria High Court is hearing testimonies linked to a confession statement my the second accused Bongani Ntanzi.
Meyiwa trial: Magistrate Cronje back in court for further cross-examination
Magistrate Vivian Cronje has been testifying on how one of Meyiwa's alleged killers, Bongani Ntanzi, confessed before her in June 2020 in a secret recording that she insisted was done without force or coercion.
Meyiwa trial: Ntanzi's lawyer welcomes inadmissibility of alleged confession
On Friday, Judge Ratha Mokgoatlheng ruled that accused number 2, Bongani Ntanzi’s right to a fair trial was infringed upon when he was recorded without his knowledge.
Meyiwa murder trial: Accused had no lawyer when he made confession - Defence
Magistrate Vivan Cronje who took Bongani Ntanzi’s confession is back on the witness stand for cross-examination.
Court declares recording of Ntanzi's alleged confession inadmissible as evidence
The Pretoria High Court has been hearing arguments on the admissability of the three-hour recording, which was taken secretly by Magistrate Vivian Cronje during Bongani Ntanzi’s alleged confession.
Meyiwa trial: Court to determine admissibility of alleged confession recording
The defence argued against the recording of the alleged confession from one of the accused being admitted as evidence, while the State argued that there was nothing by law from prohibiting it being used.
Meyiwa murder trial: Unconstitutionally obtained evidence takes centre stage
The state is arguing for the secretly-taken recording of Bongani Ntanzi’s alleged confession to be admitted as evidence.
Meyiwa trial: Defence set to challenge admissibility of confession recording
The court is hearing a trial within a trial where the State is arguing for confession statements by two of the men accused of murdering the football star.