The case regarding a man from North West who is facing charges of killing and dismembering his girlfriend was was postponed to the year 2022 .The suspect identified as the 34-year-old Samuel John Noko made an appearance in the Moretele Magistrate´s Court on Friday . He was facing charges of rape , murder and defeating the ends of justice .
The case was postponed to the 22nd of January in order to allow further investigations .The late Monni Monyeki was reported as missing on the 29th of May , and she had been last seen with the suspect , who was her boyfriend .The couple reportedly left together in order to perform a ritual . Afterwards , the suspect was reportedly seen pushing a wheelbarrow with his girlfriend inside .
It was alleged that she had consumed a substance that made her dizzy .That was the last time she was seen alive.Investigations led to the suspect showing police where he had buried the body of hisgirlfriend Some of the body parts were reported to have been missing .The suspect is also being accused of raping a 14-year-old girl who was related to Monni . The incident allegedly took place when Monni had been reported missing .
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