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The Mutale magistrates' court yesterday postponed the case of a man accused of killing his wife and slicing off several of her body parts.
Ndivhudzannyi Thinandavha, 43, is facing a murder charge after the discovery of the mutilated body of his wife, Shonisani, 33, last year.
Shonisani had gone to collect wood on the slopes of the local Mulodi mountains when she disappeared. Her body was found several days later.
Her upper lip, the palm of her right hand, her left ear and the front part of her breasts had been sliced off.
Thinandavha was seen with her on the day she disappeared.
His lawyer, Sammy Netshifhefhe said they will know tomorrow if the case will go to trial.