Court hears Kebble was jovial before death

[] — THE High Court in Johannesburg heard on Friday that slain mining magnate Brett Kebble was jovial and making plans for the future on
the night of his death, the SABC reported.

Former friend and media liaison Dominic Ntsele testified that Kebble made several phone calls on the evening he was murdered and seemed to be in a good mood afterwards, according to the broadcaster.

Ntsele had dinner with Kebble thet night.

The case was postponed until October 25, when Kebble’s father Roger Kebble is expected to testify. Kebble is presently recovering from knee surgery.

Agliotti faces two counts of conspiracy to commit murder, one of attempted murder and one of murder.

A conspiracy to commit murder charge and the murder charge are related to the 2005 shooting of Kebble in Melrose, Johannesburg.

It has been alleged that Kebble’s killing was an “assisted suicide” which he arranged.