Bokani Khupe and Felix Mutarutse who are charged with a series of robbery offenses will go for trial on the 9th November 2020. The Zimbabwean duo have robbery offenses across the country. In the matter that they will be tried on next month, the particulars of offense are that the duo on or around 1st July 2019 acted together and stole an Allex motor vehicle valued at P38 000 in Taung village in the South East District belonging to Leungo Mogotetsi.
It is said that they immediately threatened the complainant with a knife to retain the vehicle. Furthermore, on or around the same date they robbed the complainant Samsung phones valued at P2 000 and P4 000 respectively, black Toshiba laptop, a wallet containing P1 000, two suits valued at P2 000 and many other properties belonging to Mogotetsi valued over P5 000. The duo have other robbery matters before Broadhurst Magistrate.
They are charged with a divergent series of robbery offenses in which they are said to have used knives to attack victims. Khupe and Mutarutse are currently serving time for robbery matters they allegedly committed in Tsolamosese, Ramotswa and Mogoditshane. It is said that in one of the matters, they robbed victims property amounting to P6330. Mutarutse told court that he is seeking that he be granted back his passport as it closes out his options to be granted bail.