Nkosinathi Msimango, (34), who was found guilty for the burglary at the Chief Justice’s office, was due to know his fate today in the Randburg Magistrate’s Court, but the court decided to postpone the case for further investigations.
Msimango was arrested early this year after he was found guilty for stealing the computers at the Chief Justice’s office.
After Msimango has been found by cops willing to give more information on the case raised against him, he was granted a R5, 000 bail by the court.
15 computers went missing on the day of the burglary and the case was postponed to 11 July 2017.
Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng’s spokesperson Nathi Mncube said “We have been advised not to comment on any security issues as this poses a security risk‚”
“Regarding the arrested person‚ we have no comment at this point. We will allow the court processes to run its course.”
Mncube refused to comment on the case.