The case against a 26 year old man who faces charges of armed robbery with aggravating circumstances following an attack on the Western Cape Minister of Social Development, Albert Fritz, has been postponed to April in the Wynberg Magistrate's court. Xolisa Baba indicted to the court that he intends to enter into a plea agreement with the State. In August last year, Baba and his 19 year old accomplice held up Fritz and his spokesperson at gunpoint in Nyanga. The 19 year old attacker was killed during a shootout with Fritz's bodyguards. The Provincial Minister's spokesperson, Sihle Ngobese, says the court heard today that Baba faces similiar charges in other criminal matters: " It is most shocking that at the age of 26 the accused already has other criminal cases that he is yet to stand trial for including another case of aggravated robbery and hijacking. The MEC remains committed to rolling out programmes and initiatives for young people."