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.
Sebati and her two accused accomplices are accused of killing her father, his wife, their young son and pregnant daughter at their Mmakau home in Brits 6 years ago.Sebati allgedly confessed to ordering a hit on her family. The state revealed that a report by a social worker recommended that Sebati has to undergo mental evaluation, resulting in the case being postponed. Bank statements reveal that Onthatile allegedly paid the hitmen 100 000.
The magistrate has warned against further delays saying that the bail application and the mental evaluation are different matters. The accused are remanded in custody.
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