“I am really proud of the members that have worked with such dedication.”
The six alleged attackers shook their heads in collective denial as each charge was explained to them before the court and they were afforded the opportunity to enter their pleas.
The six accused arrived at Courtroom C this morning and, shortly after 11am, stood before the court for their first day of trial.
The vehicle that was used to transport the body of the armed robber, whose body was found dumped at oSizweni, was found at Mr Shelembe’s car wash being cleaned, likely as a means to get rid of evidence.
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From September 2013 to November 2017, the Vryheid Herald alone had reported on no less than eleven farm attacks, which brings the ongoing atrocity of farm attacks and cold-blooded murder ever closer to home.
The accused will stand before the court and be questioned by the state lawyer on Wednesday, April 11.
Two of the men who were waiting inside, walked up to the cashier with a 9mm pistol and demanded the money.
Citizens of smaller farming communities in NKZN are rallying together to ensure their own safety.
Their formal bail hearing is set to take place on April 4.
‘They attack as soon as the victim unlocks the door to enter their home.’