https://www.facebook.com/116606626840472/posts/578279217339875/ THE MURDER CASE OF THE TWO PAKISTANI NATIONALS ACCUSED OF DISMEMBERING THE BODY OF GRADE 3 TEACHER HAS BEEN POSTPONED. POLOKWANE| National Prosecuting Authority Limpopo regional spokesperson, Mashudu Malabi-Dzhangi says the trial in the murder case against the two Pakistani nationals who murdered Precious Magabane has been postponed to June.
After allegedly dismembering a Limpopo teacher, two Pakistani nationals appeared in the Limpopo High Court on Monday. The alleged crime occurred on October 1st, according to the police. The allegations against Ashan Fraz Cheema and Raza Ali include murder, robbery with aggravating circumstances, thwarting the course of justice, unlawful possession of a firearm, unlawful possession of ammunition, and illegal immigration.
Source: SABC News and EWN Body parts of a 33-year-old murder victim have gone missing in a government mortuary in Lebowakgomo since Wednesday. According to sabcnews.co.za, The Limpopo police have opened a case of theft after the body parts of Precious Magabane were stolen from the government mortuary in Lebowakgomo. Her remains were taken by the forensic for investigations and back to the mortuary before they were stolen. Magabane was murdered in 2018. Parts of her body were found in a plastic bag and hidden
In court, the families of the dead people who were killed by two foreigners who were said to be in South Africa illegally were inconsolable. The trouble started when one of the accused ended up with the wrong lawyer. On December 23, 2018, Ashan Fraz Cheema and Raza Ali are accused of killing and cutting up Mohlale Precious Magabane.
Two Pakistan nationals are facing charges of murder; robbery with aggravating circumstances; defeating the ends of justice; unlawful possession of a firearm; unlawful possession of ammunition and illegal immigration. The accused; Ashan Fraz Cheema (30); and Raza Ali (26); both illegal immigrants from Pakistan; appeared before the High Court in Polokwane; for the 2018; murder of primary school teacher; Mohlale Precious Magabane.
On Monday, two Pakistani nationals suspected of dismembering a teacher from Limpopo and travelling about to dispose of her body parts appeared in the Limpopo high court. The alleged offence allegedly occurred on October 1. Ashan Fraz Cheema and Raza Ali are charged with murder, robbery with aggravating circumstances, perverting the course of justice, unlawful possession of a firearm, unlawful possession of ammunition, and illegal immigration.
After she was murdered in 2018, she is yet to be buried and to make matters worse, he remains have gone missing after they were taken to a government mortuary for forensic investigations, and she is yet to be buried two years after she was murdered. The South African Police Services in Limpopo have confirmed that they have opened a case of theft following the disappearance of the remains of a murder victim disappeared from government mortuary in Lebowakgomo. "Police say remains of Precious Magabane were taken