After three days of riveting testimony from two of the three women, the case was ordered to continue from 01 to 10 September.
Originally, the Namibian High Court set down cases for 4 days of trial. However, it became obvious the case would take more time to hear than the original 4 days.
Since the judge had a conflict for Friday the case ran for 3 days, 01-13 June.
The parties and the judge then had to come up with additional trial dates that suited all parties. They agreed on 1-10 September as both sides agreed that they would need about 7 additional days to complete the trial.
Please contact Mark Nonkes of the Legal Assistance Centre for more information.
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