WINDHOEK: Submissions for judgment in the case of a Windhoek resident charged with the murder of his mother in 2006 will be heard before court at the end of November.
As per agreement reached by both the defence lawyer, attorney Jan Wessels and State Advocate Ed Marondedze, the presentation of the submissions in the case of Natangwe Ipinge Ngatjizeko, who is charged with the alleged murder of his biological mother, will be heard before High Court Judge Nate Ndauendapo on 26 November this year.
The presentation of the submissions is scheduled to run until 27 November, said Marondedze as he asked Judge Ndauendapo for a postponement until the afore-mentioned date.
Marondedze represented State Advocate Constance Moyo in the case, as she was reportedly attending a conference in the capital.
In the matter, Ngatjizeko faces charges that emanated from the alleged brutal murder of his mother, Fenny Ipinge, who was stabbed 27 times with a knife.
The incident took place between 17 and 18 December 2006 at her house in Katutura’s Ovambo location