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BabylonÔÇÖs stone-thrower caught

Sun, 25 November 2012 19:29
by Linekela Halwoodi
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After being arrested for assault on 15th of this month, Nangula Waramba, 43, made a brief court appearance in the Katutura Magistrate Court this week.
On the previous day, Waramba was near her home in Ongava Street, Babylon, Katutura, when she had a fall-out with her neighbour, Sirambi Lukas Sinathe. Waramba reportedly stoned Sinathe who later opened an assault case against her.
Waramba is currently out on a N$300 bail. She told the court she would be defending herself in this case. She returns to court on 11th February next year.