THE SUPREME COURT OF APPEAL OF SOUTH AFRICA
Case No: 379/07
In the matter between:
Coram: Cameron, Maya et Cachalia JJA
Heard: 19 February 2008
Delivered: 10 April 2008
3 September 2008
Summary: The evidence of an accomplice extracted through torture, (including real
evidence derived from it), is inadmissible, even where the accomplice testifies
years after the torture.
Neutral citation: This judgment may be referred to as Mthembu v The State
(379/2007)  ZASCA 51 (10 April 2008).