At any time during a trial, the trial judge may address the jury on—
(a) the issues that are expected to arise or have arisen in the trial;
(b) the relevance to the conduct of the trial of any admissions made, directions given or matters determined prior to the commencement of the trial;
(c) any other matter relevant to the jury in the performance of its functions and its understanding of the trial process, including giving a direction to the jury as to any issue of law, evidence or procedure.
S. 223 (Heading) amended by No. 37/2017 s. 11(1).