Case against a man accused of murdering Clanwilliam teacher Allison Plaaitjies has been postponed to the end of October

Case against a man accused of murdering Clanwilliam teacher Allison Plaaitjies has been postponed to the end of October

Case against a man accused of murdering Clanwilliam teacher Allison Plaaitjies has been postponed to the end of October

The body of evidence against a man blamed for killing Clanwilliam educator Allison Plaaitjies has been delayed to the furthest limit of October.

Phillip April’s pre-preliminary hearing was planned for the Western Cape High Court on Friday.

He was secured soon after his 26-year-old ex’s body was found in her loft in October.

The National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) said that April would be spoken to by a Legal Aid legal advisor.

Recently, his pre-preliminary hearing was deferred until 30 October to manage the cost of his legal counselor time to talk with him.

Plaaitjies was an elementary teacher in Clanwilliam.

It’s supposed that April killed the 26-year-old after she cut off their association.

He was captured by cops for driving affected by liquor.

After further examinations, he was accused of executing Plaaitjies, who was discovered dead in her level with various cut injuries.

He was driving her vehicle at the hour of his capture.

  • EWN