Ntokozo Xaba’s alleged murder Ncebo Thusi will appear in court on Thursday 20 April 2023.
This is according to the statement issued by the Ekhaya Junction residence, where Ntokozo Xaba was allegedly murdered.
“Please note that there will be a bail hearing for Ncebo Thusi, the suspect in the murder of Ntokozo Xaba on the 20th of April 2023 at 9am at the Pretoria Magistrate court. We urge students to come out in their numbers to ensure that the alleged murderer does not get bail.” said the Ekhaya Junction Management Team
Ntokozo and Ncebo were said to be ex lovers in February of 2023 when Ncebo attacked Ntokozo with a knife and thus killing her in their residence.
The final year Intergrated Communication student at Tshwane University of Technology was found with multiple stab wounds on her neck.
Justice for Ntokozo Xaba continues
According to police, the two were allegedly drinking with friends the night before the murder. The friends left, and Ntokozo Xaba’s body was found with stab wounds to the neck the following day.
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Ncebo’s bail application court case was initially set for 30 March but was postponed because the police had not yet finalised the investigation.
According to News24 The prosecutor, Mashudu Nembulunge, asked the court for a postponement, and said that a further investigation had to take place.
Thusi is facing a charge of murder and defeating the administration of justice.
Students aim to protest against bail for Ncebo Thusi
TUT students who reside in the same residence (Ekhaya Junction) in Pretoria Gardens responded to the WhatsApp group stating they will be there in support of the family of Ntokozo Xaba and they will protest that Ncebo doesn’t get bail.
“If it is that they want to open a case against me, for saying that if they release him, we are going to kill him, let it be. I’m ready to wear the uniform of prison because I’m fighting for Ntokozo Xaba, who didn’t have power to fight for herself.”
“We will approach the killing of women and children exactly the same way as the generation of 1976 approached apartheid.” this was the fiery speech of the Student president for the Tshwane University of Technology’s (TUT) Soshanguve campus Sizwe Nyambi during the memorial service of Ntokozo Xaba.