Pretoria: The husband of slain Eastern Cape teacher Jayde Panayiotou is expected in court this morning.
He is suspected of ordering her abduction and murder.
Panayiotou was abducted outside her home in Port Elizabeth last month and her body was found a day later abandoned in KwaNobuhle township in Uitenhage.
Her husband was arrested together with two other suspects.
It is reported that the other suspect, who worked as a bouncer at their club, has turned into a State witness.
Meanwhile, the four men accused of killing Mozambican national, Manuel Jossias, are expected back in the Alexandra Magistrate’s Court today.
Jossias was initially identified as Emmanuel Sithole when the pictures of him being attacked and stabbed were published on the front page of the Sunday Times.
Sifiso Mzimela, Amanda Sibiya, Sizwe Mngomezulu and Mthinti Bhengu, all in their 20s, were arrested and charged with murder and robbery. They first appeared in court on April 21.
SOURCE: South African official News