Inside The Flabba Murder Case: This Week’s Key Moments

Today we wraps up a week of enthralling events that took place in and out of the court room of the very public Flabba murder trial.

14 September

  • It was the resumption of the case on Monday with the state calling its last two witnesses.
  • One of the states witnesses, Masego Tsele, told how she and Sindisiwe had gone to the bar after the group bumped into Flabba’s ex-girlfriend, a woman only known as Kea.
  • The state’s second witness, investigating officer Seila Malaka, claimed that Sindi’s medical records had disappeared from the clinic where she was supposed to have been treated.

15 September

  • Sindisiwe took to the stand as the defence’s first witness. For the first time since the trial has begun, she removed her scarf and proceeded to render a very emotional testimony.

16 September

  • Sindisiwe, who is accused of stabbing rapper Flabba Habedi in March of this year, told the court that the rapper burst into the bedroom she was in with a knife, and after an argument stabbed her in the stomach.
  • In a very emotional testimony, she hinted at her actions as an act of self defence, describing how she was pinned down to the bed by very large Flabba.

17 September

  • The woman accused of killing hip hop star Nkululeko “Flabba” Habedi concluded her testimony in the murder trial on Thursday.
  • The key moment of the day cam when state prosecutor questioned her on whether she intentionally stabbed him to which she said ‘yes I wanted to stab him but I didn’t foresee where it would land’

18 September

  • The Daily Sun newspaper published a story on its front page of a woman who claim to have had a relationship with Flabba prior to his untimely death. The woman posits that she is carrying Flabba’s seed and is willing to confirm her claim through any form necessary. (Full store here)
  • The Randburg Magistrates court heard testimony of police officers as well as the Sindisiwe’s taxi driver, Khumbulani Ncube who gave a full account of the nights events.
  • Paul Monene of the Alexandra Police Department gave his testimony from the point they took the accused into custody and his instructions to colleague to get Sindisiwe medical attention.

The court postponed the proceedings to the 16th of October, where the defence team will call more witnesses to substantiate Sindisiwe claims that she acted in self-defences.

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