Mjonondwane said that although she could confirm the court’s ruling, she was not at liberty to disclose the contents of the report.
“It [evaluation report] is not for public consumption yet and it will be difficult for me to what the findings are. I am also not an expert,” said Mjonondwana.
She said that the evaluation found that Ninow was normal and that he “can differentiate between right and wrong” and therefore fit to stand trial.
Mjonondwane said the case will now be taken to the Pretoria High Court which will commence on March 5.
“We are happy by the work that has been done by Wwitkoppies and they continue to play a vital role in our courts,” she said.
Mjonondwane said it is important for the victim who is a minor and her family receive justice.
Ninow was charged with rape, assault with intent to do grievously body harm, intimidation and possession of drugs.