Thursday, May 12, 2022

Alleged Parliament arsonist case postponed due to outstanding reports

The case against Zandile Mafe, the man accused of torching Parliament in January this year, has been postponed to 9 June.

Mafe appeared in the Cape Town Magistrates Court on Thursday in connection with the fire.

Mafe faces four charges relating to the incident, including arson and terrorism.

The reason for the postponement is due to outstanding investigation reports

"The delays on the reports that we are expecting, the damage report as well as the engineering report. Both reports, we expect them to be ready when we come back on 9 June," said NPA spokesperson, Eric Ntabazila.


Done By: Mitchum George

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