The North West High Court will hear the testimony in aggravation of sentence of the mother of murdered Coligny teenager Matlhomola Mosweu.
Mmankhibidu Mosweu’s testimony will resume today.
The court sitting in Mahikeng adjourned sentencing proceedings yesterday after Agnes Mosweu became emotional and unable to continue with her testimony.
She has said she was still devastated by the loss of her son.
She has expressed before how life was never the same again after her son’s murder.
She is the last of three state witnesses to testify in aggravation of sentence in the trial of two Coligny men found guilty of the murder of her 16-year-old son.
Last year, Pieter Doorewaard and Phillip Schutte were found guilty of killing Mosweu for allegedly stealing sunflowers in April 2017.
They were also found guilty of kidnapping, intimidation, theft, and pointing a firearm.
The AfriForum has decided to take on the case because it says it believes the two men are innocent.
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