The case against Luyanda Botha, the man accused of the rape and murder of Uyinene Mrwetyana, will be transferred to the Western Cape High Court.
Luyanda Botha appeared in court on Tuesday morning where a court order to conceal his identity was lifted.
He's facing two counts of rape, one of murder and a charge of defeating the ends of justice.
The former postal worker appeared in the Wynberg Magistrate's Court where he was heckled by members of the public, reports EWN's Lizell Persens.
Mrwetyana's family members also sat in front of the packed courtroom when Botha stood in the dock.
He'll be back in court on Thursday.
The courtroom was packed when the accused appeared.— Lizell Persens, EWN reporter
There were some emotional relatives seated in front.— Lizell Persens, EWN reporter
People gasped, and shouted slurs at the man as he made his way to the dock.— Lizell Persens, EWN reporter
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