28.10.2020 12:18 pm
EFF leader Julius Malema and party MP Dr Mbuyiseni Ndlozi have pleaded not guilty to assaulting the Lieutenant Colonel in 2018.
The police colonel EFF leader Julius Malema and party MP Dr Mbuyiseni Ndlozi stand accused of assaulting at struggle stalwart Winnie Madikizela-Mandela’s burial in 2018, is adamant he did nothing to provoke the pair that day.
He was released on R5000 bail.
Kilian was brought from Gauteng for the Booth shooting case and has become the sixth accused after five people were arrested earlier.
The NPA says so far, only one positive case of Covid-19 has been detected at the court.
The NPA says the applications are on unreasonable delay to the matter and a bail application based on new facts.
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R1.1 billion of Gupta-linked firm Regiment Capital’s assets were unfrozen in the South Gauteng High Court.
‘Nowhere will you find any reference to any evidence or even a submission by the forensic expert on behalf of the State that Thales was aware of these payments,’ argued Roux.
Scores of Bushiri’s supporters protest outside court in support of ‘prophet’ they want released from custody.
Church leader and his wife will have to wait for a bail hearing.
Letsoalo will appear in court on Friday, 30 October, for his mitigation hearing and sentencing.
In response to Agrizzi’s legal team highlighting the seriousness of his condition, the state said he should have taken the court into his confidence during his initial bail application.
‘It turns out he is not registered with PSIRA, so now there is a charge of fraud.’
Booth was shot at while at his home in Higgovale in Cape Town in April this year. He was unharmed.
In papers filed to the court, the lawyers argued that magistrate Phillip Venter, who presided over Agrizzi’s bail in the Specialised Commercial Crimes Court , erred in his ruling.