A cash on the way heist charged pulled a stunner in court after he asserted there was an observer who could demonstrate his innocence.
In March Ludziya, 35, alongside Sonwabo Gcuwa, 39, and Simthembile Qhongoshani, 35, were tracked down guilty on a charge of homicide, two counts of endeavored murder, robbery with disturbing conditions, and one count each for the unlawful ownership of a gun and ammo.
Previous safety officer Nontuthuzelo Majola, 37, was seen as guilty of the robbery as it were.
The baldfaced sunlight heist of a Fidelity cash van occurred on May 2 2018, leaving one of the suspects dead.
A fifth individual, Sibongile Nozinxezu, 35, was cleared on all charges after the court observed the state had neglected to demonstrate without question that he was either straightforwardly or in a roundabout way engaged with the heist.
Malibongwe Boletyeni, 27, was killed in a shootout with police at the intersection of Ditchling Street and Chase Drive, Algoa Park, after a fast vehicle pursue through the roads of Gqeberha.
Majola, who had driven the van to the Sasol carport in Linton Grange on the morning of the episode, was captured on May 11 2018 subsequent to being evaluated by the police and her cellphone was seized.
Her telephone was connected to Gcuwa's through messages found on his telephone during the morning of the robbery.
Gcuwa was captured at the location of the shooting and his telephone was seized.
A 9mm gun taken from a Fidelity Security watch around the same time was found in his control.
Upon the arrival of the robbery, the culprits had halted at the Sasol carport subsequent to getting directions from Majola to deny her associate of the R164,000 he was shipping.
The money was rarely recuperated. The matter was delayed to May 19 for Legal Aid SA to allot another attorney to Ludziya.
Source : https://www.heraldlive.co.za/weekend-post/your-weekend/2022-05-06-convicted-cash-in-transit-robber-claims-to-have-an-alibi-witness/
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