Nafiz Modack: Supporters Claim He Is a Humanitarian, Not a Criminal Kingpin

Nafiz Modack: Supporters Claim He Is a Humanitarian, Not a Criminal Kingpin

- Nafiz Modack's supporters gathered outside the Cape Town Magistrate’s Court on Friday

- The claim that he is a humanitarian and not the criminal police say he is

- He was taken to Pollsmoor Prison along with Jacques Cronje, Ricardo Morgan and Zane Kilian

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Alleged underworld boss Nafiz Modack is not a criminal at all according to his supporters who flocked to the Cape Town Magistrate’s Court on Friday.

They claim that he is a humanitarian who helps feed thousands of people and is not the murderer or criminal that the police claim he is according to IOL.

Nafiz Modack: Supporters claim he is a humanitarian, not a criminal kingpin
Nafiz Modack's supporters claim that he is a humanitarian who feeds the hungry and not a criminal. Photo credit: Reagan Stallenberg, Nafiz Modack
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Modack was taken to Pollsmoor Prison on Friday after he appeared in court, he was accompanied by Jacques Cronje, Ricardo Morgan and Zane Kilian.

Modack is facing charges of intimidation, kidnapping, extortion, money laundering and contravention of the Electronic Communications Act according to the Daily Voice.

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A bail application date has been set for the 14th of May.

"Nafiz Modack supporters outside the Cape Town Magistrate Court. Safia Mohamed Ali said Modack is a humanitarian. Zane Kilian, Jaques Cronje and Ricardo Morgan are expected to appear."

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Earlier, Briefly News reported that South Africans are alarmed by an increase in murder cases in the country. On Friday 25th September, Bishop Lavis Magistrate's Court charged Zane Killian with the murder of a 52-year-old Lieutenant Colonel Charl Kinnear, an Anti Gang Unit (AGU) officer, in Cape Town.

The police released a warrant of arrest on Monday, 20th September. On Wednesday, 23rd September, Killian was arrested and taken to Western Cape, but the Hawks gave an official statement about the arrest on Thursday, 24th September.

Eric Ntabazalila, the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) spokesperson in the Western Cape, revealed that Zane was going to face three charges: murder, conspiracy to commit murder, and unlawful interception of communication. He also revealed that the suspect did not apply for bail and that the State would deny him bail if he applied.

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In other news, the judicial world can be an unforgiving place, especially if your life is dragged into your endeavours in your career. William Booth, a renowned advocate who has shown his prowess and courage in handling some of the most high-profile cases, has faced a life-threatening ordeal. What happened to him and what could have instigated the matter?

The South African judicial system has had to deal with the most threatening cases, which have culminated in bloodshed. The past five years have been faced with shocking incidents of some members of the judicial system being killed. Even though the murder of some of them is still a puzzle, the attempted assassination of William Booth is a matter that has drawn the country's attention.

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