We have some important updates on the Fort Hare murder case. The defendants arrested in the Fort Hare murders will reportedly apply for bail in May. Yes, you heard right, five defendants who are on trial will request bail next month. This news came out after his court appearance on Tuesday. But do you know who the five defendants are and what are their names? In this column, we have also discussed the charges against the five defendants and their identities. You will also learn what the defendant’s next trial date is. You should keep an eye on this page and keep reading it until the end. Please scroll down the page and read more details.
Among the five charged are two suspected KwaZulu-Natal hitmen, a former SRC member and two former Fort Hare University employees. Sources reported that all five defendants appeared on Tuesday, April 11, 2023 at Alice Magistrate’s court. Who are the five defendants and what are their names? The defendants have been identified as Mthobisi Khanyile, Mthobisi Zando Dlamini, Wanini Khiwa, Bongani Peter and Sicelo Mbulawa. Please switch to the given section below and read more details.
All five defendants appeared before Alice Magistrates Court on a series of charges including the murders of the Vice Chancellor’s bodyguard and the Fleet Manager. The victims were identified as Sakhela Buhlungu, who was the vice-chancellor’s bodyguard, and Petrus Roets, who had not even completed a year serving as a fleet manager. Meanwhile, five of the main suspects in the murders of Fort Hare University officials have been arrested. They now face a series of charges. Recently, they were presented before the magistrate on Tuesday, April 11, 2023. They will remain on trial until bail is granted. What is your next scheduled court trial date? Scroll down the page and learn the date.
The five defendants will reportedly seek to be granted bail at their next court appearance, scheduled for May 4. However, until then they will remain in police custody. To the best of our knowledge, Police Minister Bheki Cele, Buhlungu, MEC Xolile Nqatha for Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs and National Police Commissioner Fannie Masemola National Police Commissioner Fannie Masemola attended the case with heavily armed police officers inside and outside of the court. Stay tuned to this website for more details and updates.