Sowetan transport supervisor Mabu Nkadimeng yesterday described in the Protea magistrates’ court how he was escorted by a group of pupils to meet the director of the Ithuteng Trust, Jackey Maarohanye, on the day reporter Vusi Ndlovu was allegedly kidnapped and assaulted at the school, writes Thembela Khamango in the Sowetan.

The incident happened on February 17 at the school in Klipspruit.
Maarohanye, 49, Ronnie Nyakale, 34, Patricia Molaba, 34, and Thembi
Dladla, 21, appeared on charges of kidnapping and assaulting Ndlovu, a
Sowetan reporter.

Nkadimeng, who was Ndlovu’s driver that day, said he did not witness
the alleged assault and also saw no visible injuries on Ndlovu when
they later left.

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