Senior Counsel Shaun Abrahams who represents the Crown said an exchange of documents was made between the parties involved in the case, adding that full discovery has also been made.
The prosecution, he said has further received a request for further particulars from one of the accused, adding that his team is already working on it.
He told the court that after other accused indicated that they would also request for further particulars, the parties reached an agreement that a timeline be followed.
He said they agreed that the request be made by April 20, while the prosecution should respond to the request by April 30 and a Pre-Trial Conference (PTC) be held on May 3.
King’s Counsel Salemane Phafane who represents one of the accused confirmed the agreed work-plan, although he was concerned about full discovery.
He said the prosecution should confirm that the documents received by the defense are all that they intend to rely on in their case.