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'The judge had sold his blood for R1 000': Shock as chainsaw attack accused gets bail.

Cape Town - Family and companions of Andy Makoma have communicated shock and dissatisfaction after the Paarl Magistrate's Court delivered Elroy Erasmus, the Franschhoek man blamed for assaulting Makoma with a trimming tool, on abandon Friday. 

Erasmus is confronting an endeavored murder allegation after he purportedly assaulted Makoma on his birthday, August 7, in his home and before his significant other and kids, blaming him for offending his better half. Erasmus was allowed R1 000 bail. 

Public Prosecuting Authority representative Eric Ntabazalila said Erasmus was told to dwell at a substitute location in Kraaifontein and not connect with the observers, straightforwardly or in a roundabout way. 

Makoma's significant other, Sizeka Busuku, said while Andy's injuries were recuperating, yet the court result was a sincerely slowed down for him. Busuku, said her better half isn't prepared to confront Erasmus. What's more, Erasmus being at an elective location didn't have an effect as his loved ones were as yet nearby. 

"We are exceptionally disillusioned that he got bail this early. We were of the view that the case would be deferred again as the researching official just gathered Andy's DNA on Thursday so they can coordinate with the blood on the trimming tool, just to deliver the culprit the next day.

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