Nhlanhla ‘Lux’ Dlamini was granted bail yesterday at the Roodepoort magistrate court on Monday, following his arrest last week.
The case against him was opened by EFF member Victor Ramerafe at Dobsonville police station after his home was raided for allegedly selling drugs. He had a brief court day today because the was no fuss over the Charge. The bail cost was R1500.
Former EFF member and fees must fall activist, Bongikhosi Khanyile confronted the backlash he received on social media.
“I saw on Twitter they are insulting us and that they will beat me up for supporting Lux but they should come am not scared to see the numbers here,” Khanyile said.
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The bail condition was that he was not allowed to move out of the country, but he is allowed to have internal movements within South Africa. his supporters showed their support by attending every court case and this was great news to them as their leader finally got released.
The Operation Dudula leader addressed his supporters immediately after his release, urging him
“We have a building in John Foster where illegal immigrants are staying but there is no arrested, is South Africa fighting just because the fighters are EFF members is a problem. The message I have for Amadudula from Alexandra, Soweto, and Dobsonville is that we not going to fall for Julius’s trap, Julius wants to hold the opposition of power but ke sekgole sa rona and Julius is Jealous that we have a good relationship with the police. This is why he promotes that the police should arrest us,” Dlamini said.
Lux also pointed out that the issue is not the police but it’s Julius who envies that a young person is talking to the people, and they listen reason being he was behind bars.
Dlamini is facing charges of housebreaking with intent to steal and malicious damage to property.