His two co-accused‚ Menziwa Mdaka‚ and Zakhele Dubazane‚ had made an appearance at the court on Thursday. Their matter was remanded to November 22.
The three men were arrested in Gauteng two weeks ago by the KwaZulu-Natal provincial task team after Ramjettan was shot in the head at his Rossburgh petrol station in August.
Marimuthu also told the court that the prosecution were in possession of the ballistic reports for the gun seized during the men’s arrest. It is believed to be linked to Ramjettan’s murder.
Shezi’s matter was postponed to November 1. He will remain in police custody.