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JOHANNESBURG - The National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) said that it would in any case continue with the prevarication preliminary against previous priest Bathabile Dlamini, with or without witnesses. 

Dlamini showed up in the Randburg Magistrates Court on Thursday, where the matter was deferred to Friday because of issues with State observers. 

The case identifies with Dlaminis declaration during an investigation into her job in the 2017 social awards emergency. 

Regardless of the State mentioning that the matter standdown until some time one year from now, Magistrate Betty Khumalo decided that it should progress forward Friday. 

The matter couldn't continue on Thursday after the State showed that it was having issues getting hold of its State observers, who dwell outside the region. 

While its not yet certain if the States second observer will affirm on Friday, the NPAs Phindi Mjonondwane said that they would in any case proceed with the preliminary against Dlamini. 

"We are prepared to continue as far as the proof that is as of now introduced under the steady gaze of court on the grounds that recall our case is fundamentally dependent on the record of procedures of the request," Mjonondwane said. 

Recently, Dlamini argued not blameworthy to the prevarication charges against her.

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