The mother of missing Tebogo Ndlovu on Wednesday, dismissed rumours that her son was alive. She was attending the bail hearing of 24-year-old Matthew Benson, accused of the murder of her son. Benson allegedly shot at Ndlovu, 24 and two of his friends when he found them at his father’s Mooinooi farm, south of Brits on August 2.
If he is alive why is he not coming home,” said emotionally drained, Martha Ndlovu outside the Brits Magistrate’s Court.
Magistrate Jethro Mosime was expected to make a ruling on the bail application on Friday.
Tina Yourelis said staff at Raeburn Primary School in Wirral, Merseyside, put her son Eli in a 'calming room' which had no windows or toys and looked like a 'prison cell' after an incident when he had lashed out.Arguing for Benson to be released on bail, Moyo referred the court to the State’s case against Pieter Doorewaard and Phillip Schutte in Coligny, North West, where the court granted them bail despite violent protest by community members.The court room was packed with residents from Majakaneng supporting Ndlovu while a few of Benson’s family and friends were in court, the others including his mother and father were outside the court due to lack of seats in the court room.This included seriously harming and attacking five members of staff - thumping, kicking, biting, damaging school property and using offensive and threatening language.A husband nearly killed by a homeless man who had slaughtered his wife and son after she took him in now says 'I should never have let the b*****d near my family'.