The “Sweety My Baby” hit maker changed his legal representative after being found guilty in the Roodepoort Magistrate’s Court for raping a 16-year-old girl at his Ruimsig home on 2013. His lawyer‚ Advocate Piet du Plessis told the court that he needed to go through the court transcripts after receiving them today. Ndlovu’s previous lawyer withdrew from the case after the convicted kwaito star was found guilty. “We only received the transcripts today but got the pre-sentence reports ready.
This came after a community meeting in March, in which the power utility was lambasted for not consulting residents on plans to roll out prepaid electricity meters in the township. Diepkloof and Orlando residents had lodged a petition, calling on the National Assembly to prevent the power utility from proceeding with the installation of prepaid electricity boxes.
Mfundo Nkosi, one of the two men who appeared in the Benoni Magistrate's Court yesterday in connection with Masilela's murder, was allegedly part of a gang of six men who had hijacked a Jeep in Daveyton before Masilela's shooting in Tembisa. Nkosi appeared alongside Bongani Masombuka yesterday. They are both facing a charge of robbery with aggravating circumstances linked to Masilela's murder.
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