Fischer, who has been charged under the Explosives Act, has been moved to the
Cape Town Regional Court for trial.
magistrate Vusi Mhlanga remanded the case to June 11.
district court is only three years, compared with the regional court’s 20-year
bomb threats and hoaxes.
Explosives Act includes a fine or imprisonment of up to 15 years.
International Conference Centre in December last year when he allegedly made a
remark to security.
equipment were scanned, only to hear that his camera also needed to be
a bomb in his camera. The remark resulted in his immediate arrest.
information, knowing it to be false, regarding explosives”.
King, who with attorney Cornel Stander would conduct his defence in the regional
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