The African National Congress is starting its “dispute resolution process” in a bid to address the a.
Mulalo Sivhidzho's disappearance on the day her husband was murdered was the subject of argument in the Johannesburg high court yesterday.
On her fourth day of cross-examination, Dzudzanani Netshisaulu, the mother of the dead man, described Sivhidzho's version of what happened that night as a blatant lie.
Netshisaulu earlier testified that Sivhidzho disappeared for more than two hours, leaving her and her 12-year-old daughter stranded at an Edgars shop in Northgate shopping mall.
She said they had both looked everywhere in the shop for Sivhidzho but could not find her. They could also not contact her on her cellphone because she had left it at work.
However, Sivhidzho's counsel, Advocate Christo Meiring, came with a different version.
He said that on that night, Sivhidzho did not actually disappear. She had instead gone to the fitting room.
The trial continues.