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Anti-gang cop Tabisher loses motion for separate bail bid to that of ’underworld kingpin’.

CAPE TOWN - The Anti-Gang Unit (AGU) sergeant in the legal dispute close by supposed hidden world boss, Nafiz Modack, had his movement to have a different bail application denied in the Blue Down's Regional Court yesterday.

Sergeant Ashley Tabisher petitioned for a movement to have his bail application settled. The application brought under the steady gaze of the court likewise requested the make a difference to be managed independently than that of his co-denounced for the situation.

Last week, a pressing application for bail was directed at the Western Cape High Court application under Rule 6 of the Uniform Rules of Court which oversees how judges can decide the desperation of an application and Tabisher was allowed R5 000 bail.

Notwithstanding, upon his delivery a U-turn was made by the court.

Representative for the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) Eric Ntabazalila, said at the time that once the NPA learnt of Tabisher's being allowed, it carried an application to challenge his delivery.


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The request for Tabisher's delivery was then repealed by the Judge President.

It is the State's case that Tabisher is thick as thieves with Modack.

Tabisher and Modack, alongside Zane Kilian, Jacques Cronje, Ricardo Morgan, Jannick Adonis and Amaal Jantjies, have been blamed for being individuals from the "Nafiz Modack Enterprise" which the State claims is behind the plot to kill AGU commandant Charl Kinnear and his family.

Tabisher supposedly acknowledged a R10 000 pay off and a cellphone from Jantjies to spill data about arranged AGU strikes on Modack's homes.

Notwithstanding, Tabisher has been resolved he isn't at fault for the charges brought against him and that he was just following up on guidance from his superior at that point, Major-General Andre Lincoln.

Tabisher's protection, Advocate Bruce Hendricks, said it was in his customer's established right to be managed the cost of a chance for bail after he has been remanded for north of 200 days and the bail applications had been hauling along.

The State shut its body of evidence against Tabisher in September.

Hendricks said his customer has been experiencing ailments and given the court a testimony to express his customer almost experienced a respiratory failure or stroke.

At the point when the State gave an affirmation over from medical care laborers at Goodwood Prison to say they were more than fit for to treating Tabisher, Hendricks expressed his customer was raced to an emergency clinic office outside the jail on Wednesday and scrutinized the testimony gave over to the court.

Notwithstanding, the State contended it was not in the wellbeing for this movement to be allowed as it would haul out procedures, however would call for additional assets to be used in this different matter.

The court accordingly found for the State, denying the movement and said in addition to the fact that it would influence the current strategies of the matter, it would likewise bias the co-denounced regarding the present situation.

As he was being driven from court, Tabisher's final words were: "Equity deferred is equity denied".

The matter has been deferred until December 8.

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