Disturbing Incident: Father from hell rapes his 2 daughters


THE case against a truck driver accused of raping his two daughters was further delayed after he failed to appear in court.

Scheduled for a bail application judgment at the Pretoria North Magistrates Court, the hearing has seen up to eight postponements.

The father faces charges of raping his biological daughters, aged 10 and 22, including statutory rape.

State Prosecutor Khangweleni Mudavhi informed the court of the accused’s absence, a surprise to both the prosecution and the defence.

Advocate Shela, the defence lawyer, was unaware of his client’s whereabouts.

Following a brief adjournment to investigate, Mudavhi reported back, attributing the absence to a prison administration error.

“The accused person is not here due to an administrative fault in the prison, which is beyond his control,” he explained, requesting a delay until the following Friday, 7 June.

Advocate Shela agreed to the new date, asking for the case to be prioritised in the day’s schedule.

Magistrate Swart confirmed the rescheduling, making it the first case for the day.

“This case is reminded to Friday, 7 June, in this very same court for the initial bail application judgement,” Magistrate Swart said.

The accused’s wife expressed her unwavering faith in the justice system despite the delays.

“No delay formed against my daughter’s justice shall prevail,” she said. Daily Sun.

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