Nicholas Ninow trial: Court orders public to leave for 8-year-old girl’s testimony | Pretoria News

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Nicholas Ninow trial: Court orders public to leave for 8-year-old girl’s testimony pretorianews

Journalists and members of the public have been asked to leave the North Gauteng High Court for the duration of the 8-year-old girl’s testimony.

He did, however, explain that the testimony of the child would be heard ‘In-camera’, with the media not allowed to publish the girl’s name or any of what she was to inform the court.

The journalist said hearing Ninow’s own account of what he allegedly did to the little girl had left her traumatised.

Mosopa said the matter would continue, with members of the public and media to be allowed in when an adult witness takes the stand.

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