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gavel thumb100 SABC News reports that the murder case of slain Eskom employee Thembisile Yende has been postponed to 15 November for further investigations.  

Yende was found beaten and suffocated in her Eskom office in Springs on the East Rand a week after she had been reported missing.  Chief suspect and Eskom technician, 43-year-old David Ngwenya faces a murder charge and made a brief court appearance on Monday morning.  He remains in custody.  Ngwenya's defence team believes that DNA evidence could exonerate him. He faces for Yende's murder.  The postponement is a further blow to the bereaved family whowant answers.

  • Read this report in full at SABC News
  • See too, DNA results will exonerate Yende's murder accused, claims defence lawyer, at News24
  • And also, Accused in Eskom employee murder case wants new bail application, at TimesLive

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