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BREAKING | Quigney suitcase murder accused Alutha Pasile pleads guilty

Alutha Pasile weeps in court where he facing charges for the murder of Nosicelo Mtebeni.
Alutha Pasile weeps in court where he facing charges for the murder of Nosicelo Mtebeni.
Image: MICHAEL PINYANA

Alutha Pasile, 25, the man accused of murdering and dismembering his girlfriend, University of Fort Hare law student  Nosicelo Mtebeni, entered a guilty plea at the East London high court on Monday, where the trial was scheduled to commence.

The murder of Mtebeni, whose dismembered body was found in a suitcase and bag on the streetside in East London's Quigney during Women’s Month this year while other body parts, including her severed head, were later found, horrified South Africans.

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