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Drunk and violent

Sun, 16 September 2012 19:58
by Linekela Halwoodi
Courts

A Soweto resident - Immanuel Tangi, 26 - faces charges of drunkenness and violence or disorderly behaviour in public after he was picked up from the Wanaheda bus stop on 3rd August from where a complaint had been made.
He was intoxicated, so he became violent and started disturbing people at the bus stop where businesses like kapana selling take place.
He told the court that he would represent himself and is currently out on a N$300 bail.
Should he be found guilty of the charges, he would be liable to pay a fine not exceeding N$4 000 or serve a sentence not exceeding one year.
Last week, the case was postponed to the 9th of next month.