Vicky Momberg atends court during an appearance at Randburg Magistrates Court.
JOHANNESBURG - Convicted racist Vicki Momberg&39;s application for leave to appeal her sentence in the Randburg Magistrate&39;s Court on Wednesday was postponed to 11 April as her legal representative was ill.
Lawyer Kingdom Onah, standing in for Advocate Kevin Lawlor for Momberg, told the court his colleague was unwell and that the defence would be requesting the transcript of the 10111 call recordings used during the trial.
The former estate agent was sentenced to an effective two years behind bars on four counts of crimen injuria.
Momberg had repeatedly called black police officers - who were responding to a smash-and-grab incident - the k-word.
Her tirade was caught on camera.
She was denied bail pending her appeal.
Magistrate Pravina Raghoonandan found Momberg had shown no remorse for her actions.