Sanral 'terrorist' case struck off the roll

2014-01-31 15:22
Sanral staff wait outside their office in Midrand. (Jacaranda News via Twitter)

Sanral staff wait outside their office in Midrand. (Jacaranda News via Twitter)

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Johannesburg - The case against a man arrested in connection with acts of terrorism against the SA National Roads Agency Limited was struck off the roll on Friday.

Both Jacaranda News and an eNCA reporter tweeted that charges against the man were dropped.

It was decided that the man would not be prosecuted due to lack of evidence, Jacaranda News tweeted.

The man was arrested on Thursday. It was initially reported that the man was a Sanral employee but the company denied this.

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