POLITICAL WEEK AHEAD: Free State graft case poised to gather momentum
Accused will be handed a final indictment and the matter will be postponed to the high court
13 June 2021 - 16:21Linda EnsorLegal processes continue in the Bloemfontein courts this week against those accused of having colluded with the Gupta brothers to loot the coffers of the Free State provincial government.On Tuesday the accused will be handed a final indictment with the contents of the case docket, and the matter will be postponed to the high court for the accused to plead to the charges...
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