A man who detailed his better half missing over two years prior has showed up in court accused of her homicide.
Yibanathi MacGyver Ndema, 43, is confronting two checks, one of planned homicide and one more of overcoming the finishes of equity.
Public Prosecuting Authority representative Luxolo Tyali said Ndema is asserted to have killed his better half, Noluvuyo Nonkwelo, 36, at their conjugal home in Zingqayi in the Butterworth locale on July 1, 2019. He had detailed her missing on July 3 that year.
He was captured on Monday after human remaining parts, accepted to be that of Nonkwelo, were found covered under a bath in the house the couple shared.
During Wednesday's appearance in a Butterworth court, Ndema chose to be addressed by a lawyer from Legal Aid and demonstrated that he expects to bring a bail application.
Investigator Masixole Mamve applied for the case to be delayed for a conventional bail application and further examinations.
The state is contradicting bail.
The case is expected back in court on September 10.
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