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POLITICS

Military vets accused of holding ministers hostage for 100 hours to return in court say Dali Mpofu

SOURCE: https://www.iol.co.za/news/politics/dali-mpofu-military-vets-accused-of-holding-ministers-hostage-not-processed-by-cops-in-more-than-100-hours-36c10334-6c01-4964-8c24-fd83c7631365 A group of military veterans who are accused of holding two ministers and a deputy minister hostage are expected to show themselves back in court Today. The court proceedings will be held at the Kgosi Mampuru Prison in Pretoria, Dali Mpofu SC is said to be the one representing some of the veterans.

  3 months ago ago
Military vets accused of holding ministers hostage for 100 hours to return in court say Dali Mpofu

POLITICS

Good news for the 53 military men accused of holding ministers hostage

Thirteen of the 53 military veterans blamed for holding Cabinet clergymen prisoner have been allowed R500 bail each. Judge Bheki Ntshingila decided on Tuesday and deferred the make a difference to February 1. The 13 are confronting plan one offenses. On Tuesday, state investigator Sanet Jacobson demonstrated that they were currently seeing 27 charges.

  3 months ago ago
Good news for the 53 military men accused of holding ministers hostage

JUSTICE

Court grants bail to 13 of the more than 50 military vets accused of holding ministers hostage

https://ewn.co.za/2021/10/19/court-grants-bail-to-13-military-vets-accused-of-holding-ministers-hostage?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter JOHANNESBURG - Thirteen speculates ensnared in last week's prisoner dramatization have been allowed R500 bail each by the High Court in Pretoria sitting at the Kgosi Mampuru Correctional Facility. More than 50 military veterans blamed for holding priests Thandi Modise, Mondli Gungubele and appointee serve Thabang Makwetla without wanting to showed up in court on Tuesday for bail applications.

  3 months ago ago
Court grants bail to 13 of the more than 50 military vets accused of holding ministers hostage

MILITARY

Good news received by the 53 military men

Thirteen of the 53 military veterans blamed for holding Cabinet clergymen prisoner have been allowed R500 bail each. Justice Bheki Ntshingila decided on Tuesday and deferred the make a difference to February 1. The 13 are confronting plan one offenses. On Tuesday, state investigator Sanet Jacobson demonstrated that they were presently seeing 27 charges.

  3 months ago ago
Good news received by the 53 military men