The pre-trial hearing of terror accused twins Brandon-Lee and Tony-Lee Thulsie has been postponed to the 30th of May in the High Court in Johannesburg.
The two were arrested in July 2016 for allegedly plotting a series of attacks on Jewish targets and the US embassy. They’ve been charged with conspiracy and incitement to commit terror-related crimes.
The pre-trial hearing of the Thulsie twins has once again been postponed at the High Court in Johannesburg.
The state has asked for more time to finalise its investigations.
They say they are confident it will get underway in May month and both counsels will hold a private pre-trial meeting a week before the matter is back in court.
The twins were arrested almost two years ago after police discovered that they allegedly attempted to travel to Syria to fight for the Islamic State.
It’s also believed that Tony-Lee communicated with the terrorist group, allegedly to learn how to build bombs for terrorist attacks in South Africa.