Accused cocaine smugglers to hear bail fate on Monday

Accused cocaine smugglers to hear bail fate on Monday

Judgement for the bail application of two men accused of smuggling a record cocaine haul through the Walvis Bay port has been reserved for Monday 10 September.
Grant Noble and Dinath Azhar allegedly smuggled the cocaine worth N$206 million in a container with copy paper in June.
Noble testified that he owns Zeeki Trading CC with Azhar as a silent partner. The duo ordered printing paper through the CC in which the concealed cocaine was discovered by police.
State prosecutor Tresia Hafeni told the two accused on Friday that their judgement on bail is not yet ready.