‘Fake’ South African cops granted bail

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FRANCISTOWN: Principal Magistrate Dumisani Basupi yesterday granted bail to two South African men accused of falsely representing themselves as members of the South African Police Service (SAPS).

Basupi granted bail to Donald Nyoni, 38, and Solomon Zithu, 37, both from Johannesburg, on condition that they each pay P3,000, produce two sureties who shall each pay P1,000, surrender their travel documents and report to Francistown police once a month.

The two have also been ordered not to interfere with police witnesses and attend court whenever required to do so. Inspector Semakaleng Mazibane said that investigations in the matter are still continuing.

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