The trial of the seven Chinese nationals arrested for alleged human trafficking and child labour was once again on Monday (September 27) postponed in the Johannesburg High Court due to ill health of the Mandarin interpreter. In their last appearance on 16 August 2021 the trial was also postponed in the Johannesburg High Court after the presiding Judge, Mhango could not attend due to other commitments.
RUSTENBURG - The bail becoming aware of seven Chinese nationals blamed for human dealing and abusing South Africa's work laws will be heard one week from now, the branch of business and work said on Wednesday. Departmental representative, Teboho Thejane said the consultation at the Johannesburg Magistrate's Court was deferred on Monday to June 15 after the examiner couldn't go to court because of ailment. Kevin Tsao, Chen Hui, Qin Li, Jiaqing Zhou, Ma Biao, Dai Junying, and Zhang Zhilian are applying fo
The case of Chinese nationals in South Africa Finally ,arrested for human trafficking, child labour, was postponed by High Court in Johannesburg following the non-disclosure of a Chinese interpreter as he would be living alone due to contact with COVID-19. The seven Chinese people in the case are: Kevin Tsao Shu-Uei, Chen Hui, Qin Li, Jiaqing Zhou, Ma Biao, Dai Junying, and Zhang Zhilian.
The Johannesburg Court issued a bail on Wednesday to seven people detained in a long-drawn bail hearing last November because of the suspected trafficking in human and going against the country's labor laws. The four men and three women were arrested on 12 November last year in a joint operation conducted by the inspection and compliance services and labor department in Gauteng along with police, home affairs department and the Hawks. They were arrested in the Village Deep in Johannesburg for the suspected
The Johannesburg officer's court on Wednesday allowed bail to seven individuals who were captured last November for supposed human dealing and infringement of the nation's work laws in a since quite a while ago drawn our bail hearing. The four men and three ladies were captured on November 12 a year ago in a joint activity directed by the work and work division's investigation and authorization administrations branch in Gauteng along with police, the division of home issues and the Hawks. They were capt