Today, 18 May, the South Gauteng High Court will hear the case of four women who are charged with murdering Prince Lethukuthula Zulu. They allegedly drugged the Prince’s’ drinks with sleeping pills.
When the four women appeared in court on 19 April, the South Gauteng High Court learned that they each had ten sleeping pills with them when they encountered Prince Zulu and his friend Nkosi Msimang at a Randburg pub in 2020.
The state prosecutor, advocate Sifiso Khumalo, said the accused had a method of drugging their victims’ drinks before stealing from them. He alleged that Portia Mmola, the fourth accused, hid two pills under her tongue when she kissed Msimang. Khumalo said the four women left their homes in Pretoria with the intention of stealing from men.
Portia Mmola claimed they had no plans to rob the deceased Prince Zulu and his friend Msimang. She said they had fun with Prince Zulu and Msimang that night. She admitted that she kissed Msimang but rejected the allegation that she had two sleeping pills on her tongue during the kiss. She said she had no knowledge of the two cell phones, a laptop, and R60 000 that belonged to Prince Zulu and Msimang and were taken during the incident.
Advocate Khumalo said Sergeant Mofokeng testified that he went with Portia Mmola to the place where the laptop was sold, but it was not there. Advocate Khumalo said the four women did not show any regret for their actions in their testimonies.
Security guards discovered Prince Zulu (50) dead at his home in a residential complex in Northwold in Joburg on 6 November 2020.
Portia Mmola said she was sorry for what happened and that she would say sorry to Msimang if she saw him. “Sergeant Mofokeng took me to many places, but we never went to a place where the laptop was sold. I don’t know anything about laptops and cell phones,” said Portia Mmola
She explained to the court that she took pots, plates, cutlery, and a two-plate stove because she wanted to use them at her shack. “I didn’t know about the passing of Prince Zulu. I was only informed by cops when they arrested me. When we left the house, Prince Zulu and Msimang were sleeping in their rooms,” she added.
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Source: Prince Zulu’s ‘spikers’ back in court! | Daily Sun (snl24.com)
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