Brothers Zenzele, 40, and Mgcini, 36, were allegedly killed at Bampoen farm on April 9, when they were apparently trying to break up a scuffle between the farmers and job seekers.
Two more suspects arrested in connection with the murder of the Coka brothers were granted R10,000 bail each by the Piet Retief magistrate's court on Monday.
According to the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) spokesperson in Mpumalanga, Monica Nyuswa, the two farmers, Andre Pienaar, 32 and Wiener Potgieter, 47, handed themselves over to the police at the weekend. They join four other farmers – Daniel Malan, 38, Cornelius Greyling, 26, Othard Clingberg, 58, and Michael Sternberg, 31 – who were arrested on April 9, and farmworker Zenzele Patrick Yende, 48, who was arrested on April 15.
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Fuck off one sized story The PA is trying 2do mental gymnastics 2arrive a predetermined false conclusion-This case is abt racialising an incident of farmers being attacked & 1 Brother shooting his sibling-The police admitted lying& more importantly not responding 2 the farmers call