'Durban bombers' to appear in court

The militant group, Islamic State inspired the men accused of planting explosive devices across Durban. This is what the prosecution alleges in the Verulam bombings case.

JOHANNESBURG - The suspects accused of planting bombs across Durban are expected to appear in court on Monday.

Dubbed the 'Durban bombers', the group will appear at the Verulam Magistrate's Court.

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They face various charges.

The suspects are also linked to a fatal knife attack at a mosque in Verulam, which claimed one life.

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The suspects face terrorism, kidnapping and arson charges, as well the contravention of the Explosives Act.