A 19 year old from Pampierstad who was accused of murder on his parents has been denied bail. Tebogo Segae stands accused on the murders on his parents Stanley and Ilisabit on 27 August.He killed them and dragged them infront of a moving car. He then dumped them in the fields. He was arrested on the same day that the incident happened.
Mojalefa Senokoatsane the national procecuting authority and spokesperson for the Northern Cape said the boy opted to represent himself instead of using a legal representative in court.
He faces two counts of murder.The procecuter Dineo Mathule said no bail for him because of the nature of the offense.The Pampierstad Magistrate Court said he did not present compelling reason for a granting if bail and it would not be good to do so for the crime he committed. Pampierstad is between Kimberly and Vryburg in the Northern Cape.The case is still continuing for final decision on his punishment.
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