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Shoba Has Released Information That Could Potentially Set Him Free

JOHANNESBURG - The man blamed for calling a hit on his better half told the Johannesburg High Court on Wednesday that he wasn't excessively stressed when he was unable to get hold of her on the night after she vanished.

Ntuthuko Shoba, who is on the testimony box for a third day - this time for questioning, said he accepted Tshegofatso Pule was a dependable individual and to that end he didn't stress.

He is blamed for coordinating the homicide of Pule, who was eight months pregnant at that point.

During his declaration on Tuesday, Shoba let the court know that he thought Pule had mentioned a Uber to get her.

On Wednesday, state investigator Faghrey Mohammed inquired as to why he suspected there would be a Uber accessible at 10 pm during the hard lockdown in June 2020.

"Since I hadn't utilized the Uber administration during the lockdown in the nights, so I didn't have the foggiest idea what their time limits were, etc."

Shoba was likewise inquired as to whether he wasn't stressed when he was unable to snag her after she left.

"It wasn't a major concern for me. Tshego was mindful and I could never have predicted anything to occur however much the family dealt with it in a similar way I did."

He has let the court know that Pule's family likewise considered her dependable, that is the reason they sat tight for three days prior to announcing her missing.

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