By Lauren Lewis –
October 16, 2018
Photo from Mpumalanga News
Alleged kingpin, Sydney Petrus Mabuza, and five other key members that have been implicated in the massive trafficking of poached rhino horns, remain in custody after appearing in a court in Africa yesterday.
According to Mpumalanga News, the case, which began deliberations on October 8th, was postponed to Friday, October 19th, during which the bail application deliberations will continue at the White River Magistrate’s Court.
WAN previously reported that 54-year-old Mabuza, known in law enforcement and poaching gang circles as “Mr. Big”, was originally arrested in June of this year. He was subsequently released from jail under strict conditions after initially being denied bail.
Mabuza will return to court at the end of this week along with suspected syndicate members, Clyde Lubisi, Cloud Mnisi, “Big Joe” Joseph Nyalungu, Aretha Mhlanga, and Rachel Qwabane; all of whom have made numerous…
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