KIDNAP CASE POSTPONED

THE case against two men accused of kidnapping the five-year-old son of an Angolan mining magnate was postponed by the Johannesburg magistrate's courtyesterday.

THE case against two men accused of kidnapping the five-year-old son of an Angolan mining magnate was postponed by the Johannesburg magistrate's courtyesterday.

The bail application of Fernando Jamba, 31, and Fransisco Jose, 32, was postponed to July 8. Both men were found to be in SA illegally.

They were arrested on May 15 and are in custody. They are accused of kidnapping Samuel Amoes at a church in Troyeville, Johannesburg, last month.

The two appeared in a separate court from Domingo Santiego, 30, who is charged with contravening the Prevention of Organised Crime Act, which relates to being in possession of money suspected to be the proceeds of a crime.

Santiego's case was postponed to June 30. He was found with money believed to be part of a more than R1million ransom paid by Amoes's parents for his release. Santiego is out on R5000 bail.

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