The matter was postponed to 11 April for further investigation.
The ministry can’t give a specific date at this stage as to when businessman will be extradited to SA.
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The move is a vital step to rebuilding confidence in the battered economy.
Locals have started rebuilding their shacks following last week’s deadly fire.
A 64-year-old man has lost his life during a shack fire in Cape Town.
Cape Town Disaster Management is assisting the victims of another two Khayelitsha shack fires.
The land next to the OR Tambo Hall has been approved to build temporary homes for 300 families.
Cape Town Fire and Rescue Services are trying to extinguish a vegetation fire in Macassar.
Shack fire victims in Nelson Mandela Bay will be placed at different areas.
Home Affairs is helping displaced Khayelitsha fire victims pick up the pieces of their lives.
Several government departments including Home Affairs are helping the Khayelitsha fire victims.
Dept of Home Affairs will give Khayelithsa fire victims temporary ID documents.
A Khayelitsha ward councillor says residents need an adequate disaster management plan.
4000 Khayelitsha residents left homeless after devastating shack fires are eager to rebuild their lives.
Some Khayelitsha residents say they stood helplessly as the deadly fire destroyed their homes.
The Gift of the Givers is asking the public to assist the Khayelitsha residents who lost their homes.
Shack fires fueled by strong Cape winds left 4000 residents without homes.
One person died and another person was injured in Tuesday’s devastating fire in Khayelitsha.
Separate fires have ripped through shacks in Khayelitsha and Du Noon in Cape Town.
Dozens of people have been left destitute due to several shack fires over the weekend.
Cape Town Disaster Management warned residents to be safe when dealing with open flames.
Two people have lost their lives while others have been left homeless following a shack fire.
Western Cape emergency officials say they are well prepared to deal with fires in the province.