Ace Magashule's legitimate deep perception has asked the State on Tuesday to give a information from witnesses involved in his campaign in his debasement case.
In his reports, Magashule's gave a lawful advice requesting the State to give a concluding summary from witnesses whom gave testimonials in his involvement in the R255 million Free State asbestos defilement case.
The court was moved to the 3rd of November for a pre-preliminary. It has been believed that court submitted documents not involved in the Section 212(B) for Ace Magashules court case.
Magashule, suspicious finance handler Edwin Sodi, former Mangaung civic chairman Olly Mlamleli, former human settlements chairman Nthimotse Mokhesi, and the rest of those implicated in the fraudulent case appeared in court on Tuesday.
In 2014, the Free State human colonisation administrative committee allowed an capability of understanding amounting to an astounding R255 million to 2 companies which are Diamond Hill and Blackhead Consulting.
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