Judgment in Zane Kilian bail appeal bid expected on Monday

The 39-year-old debt collector, Zane Kilian, is also before the Blue Downs Regional Court along with alleged underworld boss Nafiz Modack and three others.

Zane Kilian appeared in the Bellville Regional Court on 18 March 2021 for the verdict on his bail application related to the murder case of Anti-Gang Unit detective, Charl Kinnear. Picture: Kevin Brandt/Eyewitness News

CAPE TOWN - Murder accused Zane Kilian will next week learn whether he’ll be granted bail.

Kilian, who's charged with the murder of Anti-Gang Unit detective Charl Kinnear, has appealed a Bellville Regional Court judgment that dismissed his bid for bail in March.

The matter was before the Western Cape High court on Tuesday.

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The 39-year-old debt collector is also before the Blue Downs Regional Court along with alleged underworld boss Nafiz Modack and three others.

The pair, along with Ricardo Morgan, each face a murder charge for their alleged roles in Kinnear’s assassination last September.

Kilian also faces an attempted murder charge after a failed hit on defence attorney William Booth.

He allegedly tapped Booth's phone 658 times.

Judgment in Kilian’s this bail appeal is expected on Monday.

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