By Thakira Desai The re-arrest of a woman previously accused of terrorism has sparked concerns abroad, with the United Kingdom issuing a warning to its citizens about a possible Islamic State of Iraq and Levant (ISIS) cell operating within South Africa. Fatima Patel (27) and her husband, Sayfydeen Aslam Del[…]
Two suspects, who were arrested during a raid last weekend in Azaadville in Johannesburg, have been released on R5000 bail each. This was confirmed by their lawyer Yousha Tayob, who on Thursday brought and urgent application before the Johannesburg high court to have his clients released pending trial. “We managed[…]
Limpopo businessman Rameez Patel, who is accused of the murder of his wife, is expected to appear in the Polokwane Magistrate’s Court on Tuesday. Patel is out on R250 000 bail for the alleged murder of Fatima Patel, who was found dead in a pool of blood, with a gun[…]
The Limpopo businessman accused of murdering his wife was expected back in the Polokwane Magistrate’s Court on Tuesday. During his last appearance, Rameez Patel was granted bail of R250 000. At the time, Magistrate Mohammed Shaik said exceptional circumstances, namely that the couple’s children needed to be looked after, justified[…]
Limpopo businessman Rameez Patel, who is accused of killing his wife Fatima, was released on R250 000 bail by the Polokwane Magistrate’s Court on Tuesday. Magistrate Mohammed Shaik said exceptional circumstances, namely that the couple’s children needed to be looked after, justified his release. Shaik ordered Patel to report to[…]
As the lengthy bail hearing of Rameez Patel was again postponed on Monday, the family of his wife Fatima Patel have spoken out, saying they want justice to be served. The Polokwane businessman Rameez Patel is applying for bail, after he was charged with killing his spouse and then staging[…]
More witnesses are expected to be called by prosecutors in the bail application of murder-accused Limpopo businessman Rameez Patel, the Polokwane Magistrate’s Court heard on Thursday. Prosecutor Mark von Dronik told the court the State was likely to call more witnesses after the cross-examination of investigating officer Constable David Nkuna[…]
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