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The fraud trial of two Nigerian brothers in the Bellville commercial crimes court was delayed yesterday because of problems with the dialect spoken by their court interpreter.
Brothers Henry and Kenneth Aiguh appeared before Magistrate Amrith Chabilall on allegations that they are the kingpins in a credit and debit card scam that targeted businesses in Cape Town.
Defence attorney Hein Theunisen told the court that Henry Aiguh was "not entirely satisfied" with the interpreter.
The case was postponed to July 31. - Sapa