Jub Jub still not at court

2011-02-08 09:16

Proceedings were delayed at the Protea Magistrates Court this morning as Molemo “Jub Jub” Maarohanye had not yet arrived.

It was not clear why he was late.

His co-accused Themba Tshabalala arrived earlier.

The two are charged with the murders of four schoolchildren.

They were allegedly racing their Mini Coopers last year when they crashed into a group of teenagers on their way home from school.

Andile Mtombeni (19), Phomelelo Masemelo (16), Mlungisi Cwayi and Prince Mahube, both aged 17, were killed.

Fumani Mushanana and Frank Mlabo suffered serious injuries including brain damage.

The pair face 10 charges, including murder and driving under the influence of drugs.

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