Terror accused twins Brandon-Lee and Tony-Lee Thulsie are expected to appear in the High Court in Johannesburg for the resumption of their pre-trial hearing on Monday morning.

The two were arrested in July 2016 for plotting a series of attacks on Jewish targets and the United States embassy.

They’ve been charged with conspiracy and incitement to commit terror related crimes.

At their previous appearance, the matter was postponed to allow the state time to finalise their investigations.

It’s understood that the twins attempted to travel to Syria to fight for the Islamic State and Tony-Lee communicated with the terrorist group to learn how to build bombs for terrorist attacks in South Africa.

It’s also alleged that Tony-Lee discussed terrorist plans with an undercover United States FBI agent between May and June 2016.

He believed the agent was an Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIS) operative based in the US.