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Women wrestle complainant

Sun, 27 January 2013 19:03
by Linekela Halwoodi
Courts

Two women from Wambo location appeared together with a man in Katutura Magistrate court for an assault case where they kicked a woman in Katutura last year.
Nangula Hamukong, 26, Peneyambeko Shauuka, 26, and Gideon Kaita, 39, were in Katutura on 22 September last year when they got involved in a scuffle with a woman whom they beat with fists and wrestled onto the ground before they stamped on her with booted feet.
They were all charged with assault with intent to cause grievous bodily harm.
The trio is currently out on N$800 bail each and is expected back in court on 11 April this year.
The case is still being investigated.