The first witness in the Timothy Omotoso rape trial – Cheryl Zondi – is announcing whether she will re-testify following the recusal of presiding judge Mandela Makaula.
The first witness in the Timothy Omotoso trial, Cheryl Zondi, will have to testify afresh about her sexual ordeals with the Nigerian pastor in the church house and other venues.
The first witness in the rape trial of Nigerian pastor Timothy Omotoso, Cheryl Zondi has established a foundation that she says will create awareness around sexual abuse particularly in cultural and spiritual spaces.
The first alleged victim to testify in the sexual offences trial of Nigerian pastor Timothy Omotoso and two others, has written a public letter in which she expresses her gratitude for all the support she is getting.
The first witness Cheryl Zondi is expected to continue answering questions under a gruelling cross-examination by Timothy Omotoso’s defence lawyer.
An NGO called “Movement Against Abuse in Churches” has applauded Cheryl Zondi for deciding to testify yet again in the rape trial of Pastor Timothy Omotoso, following the recusal of judge Mandela Makaula.
It’s emerged that alleged sexual abuse survivor Cheryl Zondi’s life is in danger. This was revealed at a media briefing where the Cheryl Zondi Foundation was launched in Johannesburg on Tuesday.
State witness, Cheryl Zondi, who claims she was under the control controversial Nigerian pastor, Timothy Omotoso, since she was 14 years old, has told the Port Elizabeth High Court that she was raped and sexually abused multiple times during her visits to the mission house in Durban.
An emotional first state witness and alleged rape victim, Cheryl Zondi has given the High Court in Port Elizabeth details of how she escaped from pastor Timothy Omotoso’s house in Durban.
The first victim testifying against the Nigerian pastor, Timothy Omotoso, has told the High Court in Port Elizabeth that she was raped by Omotoso in various places, as the church was touring.