Gqeberha business owners back in court on cyber crimes charges

Husband and wife Brett and Janice Giddy, who face charges of crimen injuria and contravening the Cyber Crimes Act, will be back in court in October after their case was postponed on Tuesday.

The Giddys, who own and manage Entecom, a food safety and quality company, appeared briefly in the Gqeberha regional court, where their case was postponed to allow them to submit representations to the director of public prosecutions...

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