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Deokaran murder suspects' bail hearing delayed

https://www.sowetanlive.co.za/news/south-africa/2021-09-13-deokaran-murder-suspects-bail-hearing-delayed/

Six men blamed for killing informant Babita Deokaran should stand by an additional three weeks before their bail application is heard. 


The six – Phakamani Hadebe, Zita Hadebe, Nhlangano Ndlovu, Sanele Mbele, Siphiwe Mazibuko and Phakanyiswa Dladla – deal with indictments of homicide, endeavored murder, intrigue to submit murder and ownership of an unlicensed gun and ammo. 


They were captured three days after the homicide of the debasement buster. 


During their short appearance in the Johannesburg justice's court on Monday, their lawful agent, Sharfique Sarlie, requested that the court delay the matter as he had not enough talked with his customers in front of the planned bail hearing. 


Sarlie told the court that he has not had the option to talk with his customers because of Covid-19 guidelines limiting jail visits. 


"It is hard to get guidelines (from my customers) since they are held at the Johannesburg Correctional Facility where I can just counsel them on Fridays somewhere in the range of 10am and 2pm. I've just had two days to talk with them since I have just had two days to see them since their keep going appearance on August 31," Sarlie told the court. 


He told the court that his imperatives were deteriorated by a holding up time of near an hour while at the remedial office on every one of his visits. 


Bail hearing set to start off for 6 suspects in informant Babita Deokaran's homicide 


Many nonconformists have accumulated external Johannesburg justice's court with bulletins before Monday's bail use of Babita Deokaran's ... 


"There are six bail candidates and the state was simply ready to outfit us with a restricting oath to their abandon September 3. There is a considerable measure of data contained in that sworn statement that requires check and as things stand, we are not in a situation to continue with the bail application," he said. 


The court conceded Sarlie his solicitation for a delay until October 1 when he accepts that he would have had the option to arrange all the data he needs to begin with the bail application.

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