Wentworth school drifter case postponed

Wentworth school drifter case postponed

The case against the two men accused of ploughing into a group of schoolchildren in Wentworth has been postponed to next week so they can get lawyers to represent them. 

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Thabo Khumalo and Andile Myeza appeared today in the Durban Magistrate's Court on several charges including reckless and negligent driving. 

It's alleged the two were in the car that hit four pupils near a high school when its driver lost control while performing stunts.

Kyle Dryiaman, who's daughter, Tyla was among the children hurt, says he is angry.

"I have rage and anger for those idiots doing something around all those innocent children coming home from school. I am just angry with these two culprits but also in the same breathe I am relieved that she is fine the other children are fine." 

Myeza also appeared on a separate charge of business robbery.

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