News24.com | King Dalindyebo misses court look as a result of illness

King Buyelekhaya Dalindyebo.

King Buyelekhaya Dalindyebo.

Felix Dlangamandla, Netwerk24

  • A warrant of arrest has been issued for AbaThembu king Buyelekaya Dalindyebo on Thursday. 
  • This after he did not look in the Mthatha Justice of the Peace’s Court. 
  • The warrant has been stayed until his subsequent look. 

A warrant of arrest has been issued for AbaThembu king Buyelekaya Dalindyebo after he did not look in the Mthatha Justice of the Peace’s Court on Thursday. 

The warrant of arrest had been stayed until his subsequent court look, said Nationwide Prosecuting Authority regional spokesperson Luxolo Tyali. 

“The court became once urged that he’s in abominable health. A warrant of arrest became once then issued on the assorted hand it became once stayed until he brings a medical certificate.” 

Tyali said the case became once postponed to 10 March.  

In March final year, City Press reported Dalindyebo allegedly went on a rampage in the Bumbane Mountainous Place aside.

The wife of his son, conventional acting king Azenathi, became once hospitalised, whereas Azenathi became once also considered limping later, the publication reported. 

Dalindyebo allegedly stormed the Mountainous Place aside and threw out garments belonging to Azenathi and breaking furnishings.

He became once allegedly carrying an axe. 

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