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PRINCE Sifiso Zulu's legal team brought forensic expert Dr David Klatzow from Cape Town to help in his hit-and-run case.
Klatzow, who has been involved in a number of high-profile forensic investigations, was with Zulu's legal team in the Durban regional court yesterday.
He listened attentively to state witness Petros Prinsloo of Vodacom, who explained how the cellphone company's towers capture the location of every cellphone call.
The state alleges police commissioner Bheki Cele, then KwaZulu-Natal community safety MEC, called his friend, businessman Zulu, on the night Zulu's car was involved in a hit-and-run accident. His BMW X5 crashed into a Mitsubishi double-cab bakkie on March 29 last year.
Two members of the Soul's Harbour Ministries Church were killed and 10 others injured. The state alleges Zulu was driving the car and that it jumped a red traffic light. Zulu maintains he was not behind the wheel when the accident occurred.
After listening to Prinsloo's evidence, Zulu's lawyer, Robert Liversage, asked the court to postpone the case, saying they needed time to examine the data presented by Prinsloo.
Liversage said the postponement would also help Zulu's legal team get information from Vodacom. Magistrate Thomas Nhleko postponed the case to December 1. - Sapa