SON AWAITS FOR DPP’S DECISION AFTER KILLING HIS MOTHER1 min read
The case against Thabang Moswane (24) has been postponed by the Koster Magistrates’ Court to 1st September 2022, as they await the decision of the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) to transfer the case to the High Court of South Africa; North West Division after post-mortem report has been completed and only the photo album is still outstanding, for investigations to be completed.
This comes after a 53-year-old Kedisaletse Elizbeth Moswane’s body was discovered inside a hut in Mathopestad, suffering from several stab wounds on Monday, 9 May 2022 in the late afternoon. It was alleged that Kedisaletse and her son Thabang Moswane got into a quarrel before he was seen drinking his mother’s blood, after stabbing her.
Regional Spokesperson of the North West Division Henry Mamothame says police immediately apprehended him and he was accused of killing his mother by stabbing her to death. However, in his arrest, Moswane forfeited his bail, thus he will remain behind bars until his subsequent court date to appeared before the Koster Magistrate’s Court.