Msibi was terminated on Tuesday subsequent to being accused of homicide.
This is identified with a shooting in August where two individuals were killed and one injured.
He gets back to court on Wednesday to proceed with his bail application.
"As the state, we confirm that the accused (Msibi) on 22 August at Coyotes Chisa Nyama in Nelspruit unlawfully and deliberately killed Dingaan Ngwenya and Sindela Lubisi. Meanwhile, the accused in like manner hurt Sifiso Mpila by making efforts (at him) a couple of times," said Sibiya.
Msibi, joined by his legal counselor, given himself over to police yesterday, a couple of hours before he brought his application for bail.
Public police agent Brig Vish Naidoo said Msibiwas the third person to be caught for the circumstance, adding that two other accused were permitted R20,000 bail each last week.
"On 17 September 2021, police caught Joseph Charlie Ngwenya, 35, and Tshepo Matsane, 30. Both of them displayed in court twice preceding being surrendered bail of R20,000 each on Friday, 8 October 2021," said Naidoo.
Sowetan understands that upon the appearance of the event, the ANC in the area had met to close its overview of opportunities for the impending close by government choices.
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