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April 10, 2006
Former Western Province and South Africa fast bowler Garth le Roux appeared briefly before the George Regional Court on Monday, charged with 48 counts of tax fraud involving R1.8 million.
The case was postponed to September 4 at the Wynberg Regional Court in Cape Town. Bail of R100 000 was given.
Le Roux appeared in court last month and was given bail on condition he surrendered his passport.
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