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Convicted murderer Henri van Breda is being sentenced in the Western Cape High Court.
EWN reporter Monique Mortlock gives the latest news on the Henri van Breda trial.
Van Breda stands accused of killing his parents and older brother and maiming his younger sister in an attack in January 2015.
Its been two years and two months before Van Breda case went to court.
Judge Desai's earlier decision to allow cameras in court during the trial of Henri van Breda has been suspended.
The advocate defending triple murder accused Henri van Breda says criminals were active in the area at the time.
Judge Siraj Desai found that there was no security breach at the Stellenbosch home on the night of the murders.
Van Breda is accused of killing his parents and older brother at their home outside Stellenbosch in January 2015.
Judge Desai refused Van Breda leave to appeal his decision allowing Media24 permission to live stream the trial so he went to SCA.
23 year-old Henri Van Breda was, on Monday, found guilty of three counts of murder and one of attempted murder.
The sentencing of Henri van Breda was concluded on Thursday morning.
Western Cape High Court Judge Siraj Desai has dismissed Van Breda's leave to appeal.
EWN reporter says Prosecutor Susan Galloway has picked up on some information Van Breda omitted in plea and police statements.
Emergency call centre agent Janine Philander testified that Henri van Breda sounded hesitant and giggled when he phoned for help.
The sentencing proceedings for convicted murderer Henri van Breda commenced at the Western Cape High Court on Tuesday.
Was the call agent who spoke to Henri van Breda incompetent or not well trained? A call centre professional shares his analysis.
Today marks day 37 of the van Breda murder case. The blood spatter analyst, Captain Marius Joubert took the stand.
Henri van Breda reported to the Stellenbosch police, but it remains unclear what evidence the state has against him, if any.
During the van Breda home visit State prosecutor Susan Galloway described to the judge where the murder weapon was found.
An ex senior security officer at the De Zalze Estate says he drove past the van Breda home many times on the night of the murders.
Monique Mortclok gives an update on Wednesday's court proceedings.
A pathologist says Henri van Breda's father had no defensive injuries and the blow that killed him most likely came from behind.
EWN Reporter Monique Mortlock says Van Breda's defence suffered several blows to their case.
A number of unidentified fingerprints were found in the van Breda house and Henri's were found on the knife used to injure him.
Western Cape High Court Judge Siraj Desai inspected the De Zalze home where three van Breda family members were killed.
Henri van Breda claims he didn't know any emergency numbers but Marli's ex testified that they were up on the family's fridge.
Triple murder accused Henri van Breda has decided to testify in his trial, and has asked that his testimony not be broadcast live.
Van Breda has brought an application for leave to appeal his conviction and sentence.
Defence lawyers argued that he handed himself over to police willingly after investigators informed him of his imminent arrest.
Listen to the call Henri Van Breda, accused of murdering his family, made to emergency services on the night of the murders.
Western Cape High Court heard a request for a defence psychologist to take the stand for axe murder accused Henri van Breda.
After the State prosecutor read out the charges against Henri van Breda, he pleaded not guilty to all five, EWN reports.
Former De Zalze Estate security guard Lorenzo Afrika took the stand and testified that no alarm system was activated on the night.
Henri van Breda's lawyer, Pieter Botha, cross-examined Sergeant Adrian Kleynhans - the first officer on the scene of the crime.
The wounds sustained by axe murder Henri van Breda continue to be scrutinised in court as the State calls another medical expert.
The State's been trying to establish how Van Breda sustained back injuries and why it took him so long to call emergency services.
Sergeant Adrian Kleynhans was the first officer to arrive at the crime scene.
Marli van Breda's ex took the stand in the trial of triple murder accused Henri van Breda.
A forensic specialist has once again testified that murder accused Henri van Breda' s injuries could have been self-inflicted.
Court proceedings in the Henri van Breda murder trial have been postponed until 12 February next year for closing arguments.
The judge presiding over Henri van Breda's murder trial has urged the media to report carefully in the highly sensitive case.
Another expert reiterates claims that his injuries were self-inflicted, while the defence tries to have his statement thrown out.
A list of 114 state witnesses has been released, in the case of Henri van Breda, accused of murdering his family in Stellenbosch in January 2015.
State prosecution has argued that Van Breda could amend his version of events if his expert witnesses testify before him.
The chilling call Henri van Breda made to emergency services on the night his mother, father and big brother were hacked to death.
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