IFP death: bail hearing date

2012-11-06 00:00

THE bail application for the National Freedom Party councillor charged with the murder of an Inkatha Freedom Party member was postponed by the Durban Regional Court yesterday.

The case was postponed until December 18.

NFP councillor Mzonjani Zulu was arrested last month after he allegedly shot and killed IFP member Siya Dlamini in full view of the police and media outside the Ntuzuma Magistrate’s Court on October 15. Dlamini was attending a hearing of four men held for allegedly shooting IFP member Cebisile Shezi on October 6.

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