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Families and friends are demanding justice for missing KZN men amid allegations of brutality

Four men, employees of private security company K9 Security, have been charged in connection with the assault of Junior Dlamini and Azzer Rahiman.  (avid_creative/Getty Images)

Four men, employees of private security company K9 Security, have been charged in connection with the assault of Junior Dlamini and Azzer Rahiman. (avid_creative/Getty Images)

The families and friends of two KwaZulu-Natal men who went missing a month ago do not want bail for the four suspects, who will appear in court on Friday in connection with their disappearance.

The four men – Soorav Maharaj, Meluleki Mkhize, Nkosinathi Khoza and Siphesihle Zubane – will appear in the KwaDukuza District Court.

The men, employees of the private security company K9 Security, have been charged with kidnapping and attempted murder and assault with intent to cause grievous bodily harm, respectively.

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