Thursday, May 13, 2010

Marzanne showing small signs of improvement

SHOOT: Good news. Hopefully she'll continue to improve. Keep her and the Krugers in your thoughts and prayers.
clipped from www.sowetan.co.za

The 1-year-old baby girl battered around the head by house robbers who worked for a building crew last month is still in the Intensive Care Unit of the Sandton Medi-Clinic.

The baby, Marzaan Kruger, was injured along with her nanny in the middle-class suburb of Robindale, near Randburg in north-west Johannesburg.

Hospital spokeswoman Liezl Furlong said today that she was still in the intensive care unit of the Sandton Medi-Clinic, but no longer under sedation.

“She is out of danger and showing small signs of improvement every day,” was all Furlong was prepared to add about the baby’s condition.

“It is a clear fact that robbery with aggravated circumstances is an offence that is very prevalent not only in this court’s jurisdiction but all over South Africa,” Ryan said.

Defence counsel Nel described the state’s case against Maphosa as weak. “The court should be inquisitive as to why the accused is in court,” he argued.
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