CAPE TOWN - The defence lawyer for one of the men accused of murdering top advocate Pete Mihalik has requested access to video footage that captured the shooter and getaway car.
But, State advocate Helene Booysen told the Cape Town Magistrate's Court on Thursday that she had provided Vuyile Maliti's warning statement and the charge sheet and was not prepared to hand over the video footage.
The three men accused of the hit on Mihalik appeared briefly in the Cape Town Magistrate's Court where their bail application was postponed until next year February 15.
Sizwe Sinzokohle Biyela, 26, Nkosinathi Khumalo, 31, from Kwazulu-Natal, and taxi business owner Maliti, 35, are being kept in different prisons for their own safety, and this caused a lengthy delay as prison officials failed to get them to court on time.
Unlike their previous court appearances, in which they were placed on the court roll first, they were only brought to court shortly before the lunch adjournment.