Wed 2 Dec 2009
It will take sometime for alleged Zimbabwean fugitive wanted in the assassination of a high ranking former South African diplomat to
Since his arrest last February, the suspect Kevin Blaze, who is also facing three counts of obtaining by false pretences in
Blaze, who is currently on bail, has so far moved applications, among them one for the recusal of Thato Mujaji, the magistrate who had been hearing the case.
Mujaji is has since been transferred to Selebi-Phikwe. The case is now before regional magistrate Lorraine Makati-Lesang. The other application was for bail pending trial which was granted by the High Court. He also wanted charges to be quashed.
According to the first count, the 28-year-old Blaze, of
On March 4, still at Thapama, Blaze allegedly obtained credit in the amount of P5, 000 by falsely pretending to be the lawful owner of credit card No. 4367732163152454.
On the third count it is alleged that Blaze, on March 7 last year, at the same hotel, obtained credit in an amount of P5,000 by falsely pretending to be the lawful owner of credit card No. 5491130335695433.
Meanwhile, there is new information that the European banks have denied issuing Blaze with credit cards he used at Thapama Cresta Lodge.
According to a letter from First National Bank
Last March, Interpol Harare sent an urgent correspondence to their
He is accused of contravening Section 4 as read with section 3 (1) (a) of the Domestic Violence Act and contravening section 7 (1) (a) of the Childrenâ€™s Protection and Adoption Act Cap Baby Dumping. Blaze is also accused of contravening C/S 186 of the Criminal law (Codification and Reform) Act (Threats).
Sithole was shot dead outside his newly purchased Midrand home, near
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