AKA Murder Trial: Siyabonga and Malusi Ndimande Face Eswatini Court for Extradition Hearing

The murder trial of AKA and Tibz is moving slowly, but there is some progress as the suspects captured in Eswatini return to court for an extradition application. It is unclear whether they will join the other five in Durban.

Suspects detained in Eswatini for the murders of AKA and Tibz are scheduled to appear in court today, June 14, 2024.

Siyabonga and Malusi Ndimande are scheduled to appear in the Manzini Magistrate’s Court on an extradition application.

According to SABC News, the brothers face six charges, including four counts of murder and one count of attempted murder. If extradited, they will join five other accused in Durban.

According to HowSouthAfrica, the Ndimande brothers have requested that their lawyers accompany them during the deportation process and that they be handed over to correctional services authorities rather than SAPS.

Meanwhile, as the five murder suspects’ trial continues in Durban, the court denied the men’s bail applications.

One of the accused, Lindokuhle Mkhwanazi, had his medical certificate questioned when the court determined that his allegations did not add up after he reportedly manufactured a medical condition and doctor’s check-up that never occurred.

According to HowSouthAfrica, Mkhwanazi’s application, which included a doctor’s letter, was denied. He and his co-conspirators remain in detention.

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