JOHANNESBURG - Two additional previous uMkhonto weSizwe Military Veterans have on Friday been conceded R500 bail in the Pretoria Magistrates Court.
They are among the 53 vets who purportedly held Defense Minister Thandi Modise, Presidency Minister Mondli Gungubele and Deputy Minister Thabang Makwetla prisoner last week.
Up until now, 42 individuals have been delivered for the current week.
The excess nine are additionally due to apply for bail after they were found to have forthcoming genuine bodies of evidence against them including assault, capturing and murder.
The veterans were in a gathering with three Cabinet priests over their requests for lodging and other social help at the St George's Hotel in Irene last week.
The authorities were banished from leaving the setting and a team interceded to safeguard them.We ought to see what will happen in the next coming days, as this is a very serious issue that needs corrective action to be taken.
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