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Drunk driving case against Yengeni postponed

The drunken driving case against ANC national executive committee member Tony Yengeni was postponed by the Cape Town Magistrate’s Court on Tuesday.


He was not asked to plead in an appearance before Cape Town magistrate Nasha Banwari.


Yengeni, dressed in a suit, arrived at court during the morning tea adjournment, accompanied by his legal representative Sylvester Vogel. He was arrested late on August 11, after City of Cape Town law enforcement officials saw him allegedly driving his Maserati erratically near the intersection of Somerset and Dixon roads in the Cape Town city centre.

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