Case against Krejcir-linked 'hitmen' postponed
The five are accused of plotting to kill investigators working on a case linked to Radovan Krejcir.
JOHANNESBURG - The case against five people, including a senior police officer, accused of plotting to kill investigators working on Czech fugitive Radovan Krejcir's case, has been postponed to February.
The group has been charged with various crimes, including conspiracy to murder, possession of unlicensed firearms and possession of stolen vehicles.
One of the accused, Sergeant Nandi Nkosi, covered her head with a pink scarf while standing next to her co-accused.
Nkosi, who is employed in the police's Crime Intelligence Unit, was arrested on Thursday for allegedly providing software to track the investigators working on Krejcir's case.
Nine cellphones were confiscated from her.
Nkosi and the other female accused will apply for bail at the end of this month, while the case has been postponed to 18 February for further investigation.