Assault case towards Malema, Ndlozi postponed to 29 September

Assault case towards Malema, Ndlozi postponed to 29 September

The pair appeared on the Randburg Magistrates Courtroom on Friday morning on assault expenses.

Julius Malema (L) and Mbuyiseni Ndlozi (R) on the Randburg Magistrates Courtroom on Friday, 1 July 2022. Image: Buhle Mbhele/Eyewitness Information.

JOHANNESBURG – The assault case towards Financial Freedom Fighters (EFF) chief Julius Malema and Member of Parliament Mbuyiseni Ndlozi has been postponed to 29 September for judgment.

The pair appeared on the Randburg Magistrates Courtroom on assault expenses on Friday morning.

They’re alleged to have assaulted lieutenant colonel Johannes Venter in 2018 on the funeral service of late Winnie Madikizela-Mandela in Fourways.

They declare they’d been denied entry to the funeral proceedings.

Taking to the witness stand, Ndlozi painted an image of self-defence in his testimony.

He argued that Venter was better in statue than he was including that he would annihilate him in the event that they have been to combat.

Malema agreed along with his clarification.

Talking outdoors the courtroom, he stated they’d no means to assault or combat off Venter however tried to defend themselves.

“We have been mourning, it was an emotional day and if something that we didn’t even suspect would occur comes and threatens our proper to bury Miss Winnie Mandela, you’d reply within the method we did.”

Malema added that he was assured that they’d win the case in September.

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