Jub Jub bail hearing postponed

2010-03-17 14:20

THE bail application of hip hop artist Molemo Maarohanye, known as

Jub Jub, and his co-accused Themba Tshabalala has been postponed to

tomorrow.

Three witnesses were cross-examined in the Protea Magistrate’s

Court today and two more would give their testimony tomorrow.

Maarohanye and Tshabalala face murder charges after four school

pupils were killed and two critically injured when the two crashed the Mini

Coopers they were allegedly racing in Soweto, Johannesburg earlier this

month.

They also face two charges of attempted murder and one each of

reckless driving and drunken driving.

The state is opposing their bail application.

The court heard today that both were high on morphine and cocaine

at the time of the accident.


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