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Mozambican police have asked their South African counterparts to analyse samples of the orgonite thrown into the Cahora Bassa dam as part of alleged efforts to sabotage the structure.
Samples had been sent to Pretoria and it was not clear when the results would be known, Maputo police said yesterday.
German Georg Ritschl, Botswana national Tino Phuthego, Portuguese national Carlos da Silva and South African Joseph Ngwato were arrested on April 21 for putting a "highly corrosive" substance into the lake.
The management of Hidroelectrica de Cahora Bassa, the company that operates the dam, said police never informed them of the alleged sabotage attempt.
The four belong to Orgonise Africa which, according to its website, dabbles in activities such as "cloud busting" which they claim can prevent a drought, "tower-busting" which counters cellphone mast radiation, and neutralise spells.
The four had been transferred from Songo to a prison in the provincial capital, Tete, while investigations continued. - Sapa