Murder trial delayed due to lack of interpreter


The murder trial of a 26-year-old Kleinskool man which was meant to begin on Wednesday hit a snag when it emerged that the Port Elizabeth High Court had a shortage of interpreters. 

Defence advocate Jodine Coertzen, who represents Jerome Kiviets, told the court that though an interpreter had been secured she was informed on Wednesday morning the interpreter had a family emergency to attend to...

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