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

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. 

The guard has let the court know that the majority of the charged were jobless and couldn't manage the cost of bail of more than R500. 

Officer Bheki Ntshingila said that they had arrived at the bail sum in the wake of thinking about various conditions. 

"Accepting everything into account as I have demonstrated, the court accepts that the sum for bail ought to be R500 so it is reachable for every one of these standing. Bail is set at R500 for each." 

The matter against the 13 blamed has been deferred to 1 February one year from now. 

The court has deferred for a break and is relied upon to proceed with procedures for the remainder of the suspects.

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Bheki Ntshingila Mondli Gungubele Thabang Thandi Modise


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