Suspected gang boss Nafiz Modack set to go on trial on Tuesday

Alleged underworld gang boss, Nafiz Modack, is due to go on trial in the Western Cape High Court on Tuesday.

Modack and 14 other accused face a slew of charges related to the murder of slain anti-gang unit detective, Charl Kinnear, who was shot and killed outside his Bishop Lavis home in September 2020.

According to the State, Modack and his co-accused are also behind the murder of Nico Heerschap, the father of a Hawks officer, as well as the attempted murder of criminal lawyer, William Booth.

The State alleges that Modack, along with five of the other accused, murdered Heerschap in Melkbostrand on 9 July in 2019.

It is alleged Modack, and three of the other accused, also attempted to murder Booth on 9 April in 2020.

Then it is alleged that Modack and his co-accused masterminded the murder of Kinnear.

Modack has pleaded not guilty to 124 charges, some of which include murder, attempted murder, managing a criminal enterprise, money laundering, and defeating the ends of justice.


In other news – Divorce turns ugly as Lebo M’s wife demands R150 000 spousal maintenance and other funds

The divorce battle has turned ugly between Lion King composer Lebo M, real name Lebohang Morake, and his estranged wife, Pretty Samuels. According to a local publication, Samuels has a list of financial demands that she has tabled at the Johannesburg High Court.

Lebo M And Pretty Samuels

One of Samuels’ demands us allegedly R150 000 in monthly spousal maintenance. The month allegedly includes R23 000 for a car instalment, R5 000 for cellphone, R35 000 for rent or bond, R10 000 per month for holiday allowance, and R6 500 for groceries. Read More

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