#HillaryGadee | Fifth suspect to appear in court

A Nigerian National was taken in for questioning on Sunday, August,14 and was charged for defeating the end of justice on Tuesday.

According to police, he is linked to the case through the late Hillary Gardee’s cellphone and laptop found in his possession.

READ | BREAKING | Fourth suspect arrested in Hillary Gardee’s case

VIDEO: Police provincial spokesperson, Brig Selvy Mohlala gives an update on the latest arrest

The suspect is expected to appear in the Nelspruit Magistrate’s Court on Wednesday, August 17,2022. Meanwhile, Hlabirwa Rassie Nkune appeared in the Kanyamazane Magistrate’s Court for the murder of sisters, one who was a police officer in May.

READ MORE | Accused in Hillary Gardee case abandon bail

The case was postponed to September 6. On Monday, he appeared at the Delmas Magistrate’s Court for a murder of a woman he allegedly met on Facebook. He abandoned his bail application.

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