The five murder accused for seven-year-old Ezra Daniels returned to the dock on Thursday for their bail applications.
However, the official bail hearing was postponed until October 26 and all accused will remain in custody at Pollsmoor prison until then.
Tasliem Bianchi, Ikeraam Bianchi, Marlon Neehuis, Kelly Daniels and Kimberley Solomons stand accused of murdering the Parkwood boy on September 3 in Abdulla Moosa Walk.
Ezra was playing outside when he was caught in crossfire in an alleged gang-related shooting and was shot in his neck. He died on the scene.
State prosecutor Helene Booysen confirmed the accused are charged with murder, possession of an unlicensed firearm and illegal possession of ammunition.
“We are still awaiting the crime scene photographs, forensic information, post mortem results and gang profiling will also be done,” Booysen said.
She confirmed the investigation is not yet complete but confirmed the shooting was between “two gang groupings”.
Another source later confirmed Kelly Daniels, who previously requested to be moved to the hospital wing of the prison as she is pregnant, has since been moved.
Daniels’s lawyer Carl Langevelt previously said Kelly is “quite far along in her pregnancy”.
Outside court a large group of supporters could be heard chanting “no bail” for the accused.
Ezra’s parents were seen attending court proceedings and left the packed courthouse speedily once the accused concluded their appearance for the day.
Ezra was buried from his parents home on Saturday.