WALVIS BAY – Siblings Azaan Madisia and Junior Mulundu, accused of the murder of Shannon Wasserfall, will be applying for bail on 21 to 23 June in the Walvis Bay Magistrate’s Court.
The duo is accused of murdering Wasserfall before burying her in a shallow grave at the town, where she was missing for almost six months last year.
During their latest court appearance on Monday, prosecutor Maggy Shiyagaya-Lotto asked for another bail postponement.
“We have, so far, only received a partial forensic report but the case, overall, is making great progress,” she said during the court proceedings.
She then indicated the accused’s legal representative stated they would be applying for bail in the meantime.
Earlier, police reports indicated Wasserfall was allegedly reported missing by Madisia, who was her close friend, on 10 April last year.
The discovery of her remains, however, led to Madisia’s arrest after police could positively place her at the murder scene.
Mulundu was, however, arrested after he handed himself over to the police on 7 November last year and he allegedly admitted to assisting his sister in disposing Wasserfall’s remains.