The case of the murder of nine-year-old Miguel Louw is on Monday expected to resume in the Durban High Court.

Mohamed Ebrahim, a colleague of Louw’s mother, Raylene, is charged with the boy’s murder in 2018.

The court is expected to rule on the admissibility of a statement that Ebrahim made to the arresting officer, Constable Irshaad Mohammed.

Last week, defence attorney Jay Naidoo asked the court to dismiss Mohammed’s evidence saying the accused was questioned before his rights were read out to him.

Naidoo is alleging that Mohammed wanted to implicate Ebrahim.