The charged showed up under the watchful eye of the court interestingly since their capture on Tuesday, following the salvage of Tahseen Mateen Lardame, 28, from a house in Katlehong. Kardame, a maulana (Muslim strict pioneer), was hijacked outside his dad's equipment establishment in Benoni on November 12.
The police multidisciplinary incorporated undertaking group was quickly enacted and they figured out how to follow the grab casualty to Katlehong.
Police have since said that the casualty was saved with practically no payoff being paid.
The official was captured in Daveyton by the specific wrongdoing knowledge unit and the SAPS. Another two suspects couldn't show up in court as they are as yet in medical clinic after their capture.
The blamed are accused of seizing, theft with exasperating conditions and attack with aim to submit heinous real mischief. They can't be named as they actually need to go through a personality march, as prompted by state examiner Vuyokazi Nongqayi on Thursday.
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