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The rape case against pastor Timothy Omotoso and his two co-accused Zukiswa Sitho and Lusanda Sulani continues at the Port Elizabeth High Court in Gqeberha.
This comes after the application for a mistrial in the case against Omotoso was denied by Judge Irma Schoeman last month.
Schoeman however dismissed 31 of the more than 60 charges faced by Omotoso and his co-accused.
The accused now only face 32 charges. These still include several counts of rape and sexual assault.
The African National Congress Women’s League held a march in support of the alleged victims during the last court proceedings.
They are expected to hold a picket outside the court again today against gender-based violence and in support of the alleged victims of the Omotoso case.
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