A 45-yr-feeble man has regarded in court facing a payment of inciting of us to commit public violence.
Nationwide Prosecuting Authority regional spokesperson Phindi Mjonondwane said that Bruce Aldrin Nimmerhoudt had regarded in the Roodepoort Magistrates Court charged with inciting of us to commit public violence.
Nimmerhoudt used to be arrested on Friday, 16 July 2021 in Witpoortjie on the Westrand after a voice note used to be circulated on social media platforms.
Mjonondwane said a male voice can also maybe be heard in the voicenote inciting members of society in and around the areas of Krugersdorp, Randfontein and Roodepoort to commit public violence.
The case used to be postponed to 26 July 2021 after explain advocate, Enock Makua asked the court to give the explain a likelihood to fabricate its investigations in preparation for the suspect’s bail hearing.
“The NPA continues to gallop members of the public to refrain from creating and circulating messages that ogle to instigate communities to act in a violent formulation, instil anguish and/or undermine the efforts of rebuilding for the glowing of our nation,” Mjonondwane said.
In the intervening time, hundreds of of us, some as feeble as 72, possess regarded in courts in Gauteng to face fees associated to the recent unrest and riots in the province.
Nationwide Prosecuting Authority regional spokesperson Phindi Mjonondwane said that 587 of us had regarded in diversified courts across the West Rand on Monday to face fees associated to the public violence, looting and the burning of infrastructure that began on Monday, 11 July in Soweto.
Mjonondwane said this brings the total number of suspects who’re currently facing prosecution in relation to the riots to 682. Their ages vary from 18 to 72.
“They’re facing fees ranging from public violence, theft, malicious injury to property, the contravention of the Catastrophe Management Act, housebreaking with intent to commit an offence and robbery,” Mjonondwane said.
Many of the suspects had been remanded in custody except the hearing of their bail functions that can be heard between 19 July 2021 to 21 August 2021.