Musician Molemo ‘Jub Jub’ Maarohanye and co-accused Themba Tshabalala will know their fate today as judgment in their murder case is delivered in the Protea Magistrate's Court in Soweto.
They are facing four counts of murder, two of attempted murder as well as driving under the influence of drugs and alcohol and reckless and negligent driving, after four school children died during an alleged drag race in March 2010.
March 8, 2010, was a day that left families devastated as four learners; Prince Mahube, Mlungisi Cwayi, Mpumelelo Masemola and Andile Mtombeni lost their lives while walking home from school.
During the trial, the state argued that the accused were under the influence of drugs and alcohol while drag racing on the busy Mdlalose Street in Soweto - leading to the fateful accident.
The street has since been dubbed Jub Jub Avenue. The musician and Tshabalala both pleaded not guilty on all charges.
Judgment is expected to be delivered this morning. Two days have been set aside for the judgment. The case has taken two years to come to a conclusion.