Case against Staggie & co-accused postponed to October
The prosecution still wants to determine the cost of the items allegedly stolen by the group.
CAPE TOWN - The prosecution in the case against former Hard Livings boss Rashied Staggie and several co-accused still wants to determine the cost of the items allegedly stolen by the group.
Staggie and his co-accused Jaoa de Gouveia, Jayaray Pillay and his son Mikyle Pillay made a brief appearance in the Cape Town Magistrates Court today.
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They face charges of theft and the possession of stolen items after they were arrested in April.
Prosecutor Nielan Chetty has told the court the State's still waiting for documents relating to the identification and valuation of the items.
He also mentioned that a warrant of arrest, issued for Jayaray, will be held over.
Pillay's attorney Rooshdeen Rudolph explained his client didn't attend the last court hearing as he was in hospital.
Rudolph also asked the magistrate to grant a final postponement because he says the matter has been under investigation for some time.
The matter has been postponed until October.