School Teacher in court for Rape

By Simon Liseli

A Teacher of Mayuni Senior Secondary School some 130 kilometers west of the Caprivi Region was nabbed for rapping a school learner.

Mr.Sandy Muyongo Mwilima (41) made his second appearance before the Katima Mulilo magistrate court for allegedly raping an 18 years old school girl, Ms.Cassie Namataa Lutibezi on January 23, 2012.
The accused made the offence at around 13H00 and 15h00 at Mayuni School in Choi Area.
The suspect allegedly had sexual intercourse with the complainant without her consent and the accused person was nabbed by the Namibian Police on 26 January 2012 after the complainant opened a case.

Her case number is CR 142/01/2012, court case is 02/2012 both the complainant and the accused are Namibian nationals, the matter was postponed to May 2, 2012 for the general prosecutor’s decision and the accused was released on a bail of N$2000.

His lawyer Mr. Obben Sibeya was present during the court proceedings; the state is represented by public prosecutor Mr. Jatiel Mudamburi.

Meanwhile a -37- year Namibian male Mr.Visco Mwanga Maketo was in court for allegedly raping Lute Mandoile a 5 year old young girl at Kalumba some 20 kilometres South of Katima Mulilo in 2010.

In accordance with the provision of section 122 (2) (i) of act 51 of 1977 hereby instruct that Maketo be arraigned in the magistrate court on a charge of (a) Attempted rape contravening section 2(i) (a) that read with section 1,2 (2) 3,4,5,6 and 7 of the combating of rape act, act 8 of 2000 and further read with the provision of section 18 (i) of the riotous assemblies act, act 17 of 1956 and alternative indecent assault.
His case no is 117 of 2010 and the Katima Mulilo CR is 13/02/2010, he was arrested on the 13th of February 2010 at his Village in Kalumba Area by the Namibian police and he is represented by Mr. Van Vurren from legal aid while the state prosecution is being conducted by Jatiel Mudamburi.

The accused person is out on bail of N$1000.00 and the next trial was remand to be in court on the 18th of this month.





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