Alleged murderer to hear judgement end of August

14 Aug 2014 16:20pm
WINDHOEK, 14 AUG (NAMPA) - A former security guard accused of murdering his supervisor at Swakopmund in December 2011, will hear his fate at the end of August.
Presiding High Court Judge Alfred Siboleka told both defence lawyer Titus Ipumbu and State Advocate Ethel Ndlovu on Thursday that he will deliver judgement on 27 August.
Former security guard Martin Angamba, 44, allegedly killed the 28-year-old Andrew Molaletz, his colleague and supervisor, on the evening of 28 December 2011.
A summary of substantial facts contained in the charge-sheet stated that Molaletz, who was off-duty on that fateful evening, allegedly received a call from the G4S security firm’s offices to attend to complaints from a location where Angamba was operating.
It is alleged that Molaletz proceeded to the Mondesa Mini Market, where he met accused Angamba, who at a later stage drove the company's vehicle back to the G4S security firm's offices with Molaletz as a passenger in the same vehicle.
On their way to the G4S security firm’s offices, the accused person allegedly stopped the vehicle in front of the Hansa Bakery, and shot Molaletz with his service pistol.
Molaletz died on the spot.
Angamba then proceeded to the offices of G4S, where he allegedly threatened to kill Bloedooght, according to the charge-sheet.
While at the offices of the G4S security firm, Angamba also allegedly pointed a firearm at Elma Bloedooght, who was also a colleague of his, and who was manning the control room at the time of the incident.
The fourth count of assault also relates to complainant Bloedooght.
Angamba faces charges of murder, drunken driving, attempted murder and assault.
He remains in police custody until his next court appearance.
Windhoek-based defence lawyer Ipumbu is appearing for Angamba, acting on the instructions of the Justice Ministry's Directorate of Legal Aid.
(NAMPA)
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