Sandra Munsamy's accused abductors back in court today

Sandra Munsamy's accused abductors back in court today

Four men arrested in connection with the abduction of Westville businesswoman, Sandra Munsamy will be back in the Durban Magistrate's Court on Monday morning.

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Munsamy was bundled into a car in May last year after being forced off a road near Pinetown.

The 44-year-old mother was eventually traced to Emalahleni in Mpumalanga and rescued in November.

During their last appearance, the court heard that all four suspects were abandoning bail for the time being. 

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Today, the court is expected to hear confirmation of the citizenship of two of the accused. 

The State had already established that the other two men are South African citizens.

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The attorneys of the accused had also indicated at the last court appearance that they hadn't seen the charge sheets. 

The State promised then that it would make warning statements, confessions and other documentation available to the defence lawyers.

Meanwhile, when Newswatch last contacted Munsamy's family, they said she was recovering well.

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