Christopher Panayiotou during his bail hearing at the Port Elizabeth Magistrates' Court on June 4, 2015 in Port Elizabeth.
PORT ELIZABETH - Murder accused Christopher Panayiotou has again been denied bail by the Grahamstown High Court.
Judge Glen Goosen made the ruling on Tuesday morning, saying he had written a 25-page ruling detailing why Panayiotou should not get bail.
Judge Glen Goosen has written 25-page ruling on why ChristopherPanayiotou shouldn&39;t get bail. Will CP now try the Appeal Court?— Karyn Maughan (@karynmaughan) July 28, 2015
This was Panayiotou&39;s second attempt at bail, having been denied by the same court on June 5.
He will remain in custody and St. Albans prison.
Panayiotou, 28, is accused of orchestrating the murder of his schoolteacher wife, Jayde in April.