POLOKWANE – Advocate Tumi Mokwena, who is facing fourÂ attempted murder charges, appeared in the Polokwane Magistrates Court on Monday, 11 June.
The trial for the case is set to begin on 8 February 2019 and this will also allow for further police investigations.
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Mokwena allegedly shot four farm workers at the Zebediela Citrus Farm outside Lebowakgomo in June 2017 and was arrested at his office in Polokwane on 22 June 2017.
He also opened a case against the farm workers, but no steps have been taken against the perpetrators.
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Mokwena is currently out on R1 200 bail.