Johannesburg - The k-word case against businessman Adam Catzavelos has been postponed after the State claimed they were still perusing documents they just received from his lawyers.
The State argued that they were still studying the 68-page document which was only sent to them on July 5 and asked for a postponement.
Catzavelos was charged with crimen injuria after he recorded a video of himself bragging about the lack of black people on a Greek beach last year and using the k-word.
"Let me give you a weather forecast here. Blue skies, beautiful day amazing sea and not one k****r in sight," he said in the video.
Greece also wants Catzavelos to go back to the country and answer for his utterances.