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THE case against a police inspector accused of killing a former government official was postponed until April 26 in the Howick magistrate's court yesterday.
Inspector Michael Sokhela is accused of killing medical doctor Warwick Dorning, a former chief of staff in the office of the KwaZulu-Natal premier, in November.
Dorning was in the kitchen of his farmhouse when his wife was confronted by a gang in their bedroom. A gang member shot Dorning in the head. His wife was unhurt.
The charges against Sokhela are Dorning's murder, the couple's aggravated robbery and defeating the ends of justice.
Sokhela's cousins, Welcome Madlala, 34, and Mlungisi Hadebe, 24, have already pleaded guilty to and been sentenced to life behind bars for the murder. - Sapa