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The boyfriend murdered law student Nosicelo Mtebeni, The case has been postponed to November

Alutha <a class=Pasile appeared in court on Tuesday."/>The case against a 25-year-old man charged with murdering University of Fort Hare student Nosicelo Mtebeni has been postponed to November, will remain in custody until his next court appearance. Pasile was arrested on 19 August after Mtebeni's body parts were found in two bags in a street in East London's Quigney suburb.

Nosicelo Mtebeni. Picture: Twitter.The body of the 23-year-old final-year law student was dismembered and the body parts stuffed into bags in East London during Women's Month in August more body parts were found in Pasile's room.

Mtebeni was laid to rest at her ancestral home in Matatiele on 4 September.

Pasile already confessed to the police and the NPA to killing Mtebeni and abandoned his bail application.

The suspect appeared in East London Magistrate's Court on Tuesday. Case postponed against Mtebeni's boyfriend, Alutha Pasile, to 9 November, pending a decision by the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP). Outside court, University of Fort Hare SRC officer for gender and transformation Siphokazi Mbalo said she was disappointed with the postponement.

Eastern Cape Social Development MEC Siphokazi Mani-Lusithi joined outraged University of Fort Hare students who lashed out at the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) and accused it of dragging its feet in the case against Pasile.

She said the ultimate goal of the NPA was to win the case and for justice to be served.

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