JOHANNESBURG - Eleven speculates blamed for holding two pastors prisoner at the St George's Hotel in Irene will apply for bail at the Pretoria Magistrate's Court on Friday morning.
They are essential for the 53 previous uMkhonto we Sizwe warriors who deal with seizing indictments among others, subsequent to impeding Defense Minister Thandi Modise, Minister in the Presidency Mondli Gungubele and Deputy Minister Thabang Makwetla from leaving the scene. They had been meeting to examine different complaints and protests by the vets.
The 11 speculates who will show up in court were found to have past feelings when the uses of 42 other people who were allowed bail were handled.
The 42 individuals were conceded R500 bail every this week.
Their preliminary will just start in February one year from now.
The gathering is blamed for grabbing, with the State considering adding conspiracy to the rundown of charges.
Be that as it may, the choice would should be approved by the National Director of Public Prosecutions prior to adding them to the charge sheet.
The MK veterans had been arguing for a bunch of social advantages from the public authority for quite a long time, with the gathering, which finished in disarray, some portion of the arrangements under way of arriving at a settlement.
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