A Durban businessman accused of terrorist-related activities and having links to the Islamic State (IS), has been ordered to provide the state with samples of his voice.

Farhad Hoomer — accused of orchestrating an attack at the Imam Hussain Mosque in May 2018, which resulted in the death of Verulam mechanic Abbas Essop, as well as firebomb attacks at retail outlets — appeared in the Verulam family court on Friday. ..

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