The continuation of the trial of three business people arrested in connection with fraud and other charges surrounding the B1 City property development project, was on Monday put on hold until 21 October due to coronavirus fears. Nampa reports that the proceedings of this trial were scheduled to continue before High Court Judge Christie Liebenberg on Monday morning, but could not proceed because key accused and former Roads Contractor Company chief executive officer, Kelly Nghixulifwa was placed under isolation as he is suspected to have contracted COVID-19. In the matter, Nghixulifwa is charged alongside Hafeni Nghinamwaami and businesswoman Anna Ndoroma. The three each face eight main charges including corruption, fraud, theft and money laundering, The charges stem from the RCC’s involvement in the B1 City property development project opposite the Katutura State Hospital during 2005 and 2006.