Sixty-five people, accused of instigating the July 2021 civil unrest, appeared in the KwaZulu-Natal High Court in Durban pm Tuesday.
The case of 65 people accused of instigating the July 2021 civil unrest has been moved to 8 April for a pre-trial conference.
The group of former president Jacob Zuma supporters, barring two, made their first appearance in the KwaZulu-Natal High Court in Durban on Tuesday, after the matter was moved from the Durban Magistrate’s Court in November.
Accused number 14, Ntombizonke Msalela, reported ill and a stayed arrest warrant was issued against her, while accused number 59, Samukelisiwe Gumede, missed court proceedings for unknown reasons.
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