BURRY STANDER: TAXI DRIVER CASE POST­PONED TO MAY 17

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THE case against a taxi driver ac­cused of caus­ing the death of cy­cling ace Burry Stander was post­poned to May 17 for fur­ther in­ves­ti­ga­tion, court of­fi­cials said yes­ter­day. JO­HAN­NES­BURG — A safe has been stolen from the ex­hibit room of the Al­ber­ton po­lice sta­tion, Gaut­eng po­lice said.

Lieu­tenant-Colonel Lungelo

Stander (25) died when he col­lided with a taxi while on a train­ing ride near Shelly Beach on Jan­uary 3. Njabulo Nya­wose (24), the man who was al­legedly be­hind the steer­ing wheel, ap-

Safe stolen from Al­ber­ton po­lice sta­tion Dlamini said the theft was dis­cov­ered when the ex­hibit clerk re­ported for duty yes­ter­day morn­ing. It was ei­ther stolen on Thurs­day night, or early yester- peared in the Port Shep­stone Mag­is­trate’s Court yes­ter­day.

He faces a charge of cul­pa­ble homi­cide. Nya­wose, from Ga­malakhe Town­ship, is cur­rently out on warn­ing. — WR. day morn­ing.

“The safe was then dragged out of the of­fice and stolen. It is un­known what type of ve­hi­cle was used …” — Sapa.

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