Court news around South Africa for 4 Aug 2016

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South African court news.

Court news for Gauteng, South Africa for 4 August 2016.

Gauteng courts.

Johannesburg: Former ANC Youth League leader Patrick Wisani is expected to appear in the high court sitting in Randburg. Wisani allegedly sjambokked his girlfriend, Nosipho Mandleleni to death in September last year and faces a charge of murder.

Johannesburg: Two brothers accused of plotting attacks on US and Jewish interests are expected back in the Johannesburg Magistrate’s Court. The 23-year-old twins Brandon-Lee and Tony-Lee Thulsie are expected to argue that their arrests were unlawful.

Johannesburg: SABC journalist Vuyo Mvoko will fight to have the public broadcaster reinstate him at high court in Johannesburg. He appeared briefly on Tuesday, but the court roll was full and the case was postponed to August 4.

Johannesburg: Xolani Ndlovu and Oscar Sibanda will appear in the Palm Ridge High Court where they will be sentenced for murder, housebreaking, assault with intent to do grievous bodily harm and rape.

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