Zandie Khumalo Celebrates Continuous Senzo Meyiwa Trial Delays. It is said that we are all equal in the eyes of the law. However, recent developments in our legal system have shown that while everyone may be equal, some are more equal than others. Whether it is the ongoing legal proceedings involving Thabo Bester and Dr. Nandipha Magudumana or the privileges accorded to them.
Or Zandie Khumalo, who was supposed to testify on Monday, May 15, 2023. But as of right now, there is still no clear indication of when that will happen. While the public cries out for justice, Zandie seems compelled to brag on social media.
Zandie Khumalo Celebrates Continuous Senzo Meyiwa Trial Delays
Following the initial delays on Monday, May 15, 2023, Zandie Khumalo was finally scheduled to enter the witness stand and recount her account of what occurred to Senzo Meyiwa. She had gone on social media to brag about how she had managed to prevent this fact.
From her post, Zandie] disabled the comments. As she poked fun at all the negative feedback she was getting on social media.
“Since you have tried everything else, why do you not just poison me. Also, why are you all so angry (laughing emojis) because it is only going to get worse. I suggest you take screenshots.”
However, given that the incident was used against her during the hearing on May 17, 2023. The public anticipated that the judge would rule at this hearing on whether or not Zandie’s testimony would be broadcast in visual and audible form or if these forms would be prohibited.
But given the report, it appears that the judge felt that it was appropriate to postpone the case for still another day for whatever reason.
“The #SenzoMeyiwatrial postponed to tomorrow. Judge Maumela will give his ruling following an application by the next witness to ban LIVE broadcast of her testimony.#sabcnews”
— Chriselda Zozi Lewis (Babes Wendaba) (@Chriseldalewis) May 17, 2023
Since Zandie was supposed to take the stand on April 4, this stance has drawn greater criticism from the public. As a result, the public expressed their unhappiness on social media.