Johannesburg - Convicted racist Vicki Momberg's bid to appeal her conviction and three year sentence for crimen injuria has been postponed in the Randburg Magistrate's Court.
Momberg appeared in court briefly on Monday morning where the case was postponed until February 20 next year.
She was initially denied leave to appeal the ruling in the lower court but managed to have this overturned by the high court.
In her appeal, Momberg argued to the high court that the lower court had failed to properly scrutinise her sane automatism defence, that the video evidence of her shouting at the officers had been tampered with, and that her own expert witness had been all but ignored.
Meanwhile, she has argued that the sentence was excessive in relation to the crime.