Weird, weird coup plot - News24

The man who hatched the plan Alleged coup plotter Elvis Ramosebudi appeared in the Johannesburg Magistrates' Court on Friday on charges of attempted murder against government officials. Picture: EPA / Kim Ludbrook. Multimedia · User Galleries · News ...

Elvis Ramosebudi's whack-job - Politicsweb

IT has been an interesting week for law and order. It started with a threat to arrest former Hawks boss Lieutenant-General Berning “Bridges” Ntlemeza for impersonating a police officer and ended with an alleged assassination plot that was more cuckoo ...

These are some of the best Twitter reactions to 'coup plotter' - Citizen

We combined a list of the most fascinating tweets and meme reactions to the alleged coup plotter. Elvis Ramosebudi became an instant Twitter sensation on Friday following his court appearance over his alleged plot to assassinate South African ...

R2K: SA must take 'assassination plot' with a pinch of salt - East Coast Radio

The Right2Know movement says there is a possibility the Hawks is using the case of a man accused of plotting to kill 19 government officials to create an artificial security crisis. Elvis Ramosebudi (33) appeared in the Johannesburg Magistrates Court ...

'Alleged coup plotter has a case to answer' - Eyewitness News

A court heard that Elvis Ramosebudi, 33, allegedly went to big companies asking for donations to fund his assassination plot. The man accused of plotting to kill 19 people, including Cabinet members, has been identified as 33-year-old Elvis Ramosebudi.

Elvis Ramosebudi: Everything You Need To Know About The Coup Plotter - BuzzSouthAfrica.com

South African coup plotter Elvis Ramosebudi has been named as the man who allegedly planned to assassinate high-profile citizens. The identity of the 33-year-old was revealed on Friday when he appeared in the Johannesburg Magistrates Court.

Mental health of 'coup plotter' questioned - eNCA

Elvis Ramosebudi appears in the Johannesburg Magistrate's Court on 28 April 2017 for allegedly plotting the assassination of at least 19 politicians and businessmen said to have benefited from state capture. Video: eNCA. JOHANNESBURG -The man ...