The only survivor of the 2016 attack; Onthatile who will be turning 21 years old; this December; recently confessed to being behind the hit on her parents and her two siblings. Her 18 year-old sister was pregnant at the time. The Sebati family members who were brutally killed at their home in Makau; near Brits in the North West.
There truly is a light at the end of the tunnel.Our South African Police Services has done a sterling job, Sebati Mothibi has been found.She was found at Zakariyya Park, at an informal settlement.She is back home with her family, after she had been missing for ten days.
The simplest survivor of the 2016 assault; Onthatile who can be turning 21 years vintage; this December; currently confessed to being behind the hit on her dad and mom and her siblings. Her 18 year-vintage sister became pregnant on the time. The Sebati circle of relatives individuals who were brutally killed at their home in Makau; near Brits within the North West.
Losing someone you love or close to, is an unbearable emotional pain.It is worse when you do not even know where and what happened to the missing person.Endless thoughts will keep on visiting your mind and peace will not be found until you find out what has happened to the one missing.
On Monday, the 20-year-old woman who apparently confessed to planning the deaths of her parents and two brothers appeared before a judge for the first time in her life. She was accompanied by two of her suspected hitmen, Kagiso Mokone, 23, and Tumelo Mokone, both 23, in the attack on Onthatile Sebati.
A 20-year-old woman will spend Christmas in police custody after reportedly planning a hit on her parents and siblings. Onthatile Sebati, together with alleged hit men Kagiso Mokone, 23, and Tumelo Mokone, 23, appeared in the Brits Magistrate's Court on Monday, where their case was postponed until December 30 for a bail application, according to North West police spokesperson Lieutenant-Colonel Amanda Funani.
In the case of a young girl who 'admitted to ordering a hit' on her family, the trial has been postponed. It has been decided to postpone the case against a 20-year-old lady from the North West who reportedly admitted to ordering a hit on her entire family in 2016 until January 13 to allow for a formal bail application to be made.
Onthatile Sebati (20), Kagiso Mokone (23) and Tumelo Mokone (20) faces five counts of murder relating to the 2016 Killing of Sebati's parents and two siblings in Mmakau near Brits. The trio appeared in the Brits Magistrate's court today for formal bail application.
https://ewn.co.za/2021/12/21/relatives-of-woman-who-confessed-to-killing-family-shocked-and-disappointed?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter JOHANNESBURG - The conventional bail use of a North West lady who admitted to killing her family will be heard next Thursday later she and her two affirmed associates showed up in the Brits Magistrate's Court. Onthatile Sebati was 16 when her family was assaulted at their Mmakau home close to Brits in December 2016, leaving her as the last one standing.
The case murder of North West woman accused of ordering a hit on her family has yet again been postponed in the Brits Magistrate court on Tuesday morning, the case was postponed after the State revealed that it was not prepared to proceed due to the unavailability of a district surgeon who has to examine the second accused Onthatile Sebati.
The woman accused of ordering a hit on her family was back in court . The case against the woman from North West who is being charged for ordering a hit on her whole family was postponed to the 11th of May 2022 .This is to allow further investigations to take place .
In video, Police officials are seen manhandling the church goers who decided not to leave the church premises in Sebokeng. It is reported that several groups from churches were in attendance of the meeting to discuss why churches were not consulted in the decision to ban gatherings under lock down level 3. A church Pastor in Sebokeng has been arrested for calling a gathering under the prescribed lockdown restrictions Police fired bullets to try and disperse the church goers who were defiant. Police spokesperson