GARDEN ROUTE NEWS - The women who came out today to support the no bail peaceful protest, did not know Meghan Cremer.
Women from Philippi, Observatory, Claremont, Kalk Bay and Bishop's Court wore t-shirts with the words 'SA Women Fight Back' and 'No Bail: Justice for Meghan'.
It was the first time Naz Rahim (68) from Constantia ever went to court.
"I've never seen a court inside before but will be here for support each and every time."
Athlone Magistrates Court state prosecutor Enver Hartnick revealed that all three murder accused have cases, including murder, pending against them.
Accused one and two Jeremy Dias (27) and Charles Daniel's (39) abandoned their bail applications. Accused three Shiraaz Jaftha's bail application was postponed to 11 September.
The case was postponed for further investigation to 16 October.
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