A court decision regarding the care arrangements for the sister of convicted triple axe murderer, Henri van Breda has been postponed in the Cape Town High Court.

Marli Van Breda survived a brutal attack at the hands of her brother at the family’s upmarket home in Stellenbosch more than three years ago.

She sustained severe head injuries and suffered from retrograde amnesia following the attack by her axe wielding brother at their family’s De Zalze Golf Estate Home in 2015.

The court appointed Advocate Louise Buikman as her curator shortly after the murders.

The future care arrangements of the 19 year -old were expected to be heard in the High Court on Monday but the matter was postponed until to July 31.

The matter on whether Buikman’s appointment should also be extended has also been moved to the same date. Buikman says she must still finalise her report.

Henri van Breda is serving three life sentences for the murder of his parents and brother and 15 years for the attempted murder of his sister.