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Race row-accused bailed for R3000

Daily Dispatch "A man who allegedly shot his neighbour in a racial row over Julius Malema was yesterday ordered by the court to leave his Queenstown home of 19 years.
Having spent three weeks behind bars, attempted murder-accused Gerrie Greyvenstein was yesterday granted bail by the Queenstown Magistrate’s Court.
He was arrested on July16 after he allegedly opened fire on a provincial ANC Youth League (ANCYL) member, shooting him twice in the chest.
The State opposed bail on the basis that the 47-year-old’s life was in grave danger."

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