The workplace of the KwaZulu-Natal executive of open arraignments is to decide if the criminal limit of Fungai Nyamadzawo — blamed for the hijacking and murder of her six-year-old little girl Alexia — should be evaluated.
The 42-year-old mother, likewise blamed for overcoming the finishes of equity after she purportedly told police that her girl had been grabbed from the secondary lounge of her vehicle while she was driving in the territory with her two kids, quickly showed up in the Umhlali justice’s court on Wednesday.
Examiner Sanesh Rambaran said he had gotten clinical records in regard of Nyamadzawo, whose psychological state had been brought into question by her lawyer Rakesh Maharaj during her past appearance.
Rambaran submitted three clinical reports to justice Blanche van Eeden, two of which were gathered by general specialists and the other by a therapist.
Van Eeden inquired as to whether he had seen his customer’s records, since they don’t demonstrated anything “amiss with her, no tumult or anything”. Maharaj immediately explained that the reports had been accumulated before his customer was captured — one as right on time as March this year — and that new appraisals would should be earned.
Van Eeden deferred the issue to June 23 for the DPP’s official to settle on a choice in regards to Nyamadzawo’s appraisal.
She is to stay in care at KwaDukuza police headquarters holding cells.
Nyamadzawo was brought in to be interrogated by police on June 1 and the following day her little girl’s body was found dumped in a sugar stick field in the region, inciting the mother’s capture.
The state stays restricted to bail in the issue.