Police say they will follow up on other videos shared on social media in which people are encouraged to contravene the regulations of the Disaster Management Act. Four people who insulted Police Minister Bheki Cele in a video doing the rounds on social media have been released on R1,000 bail each.
IOL reported that police spokesperson Brigadier Vishnu Naidoo said the four were expected to appear in court on 30 June.
Naidoo said the incident the four were arrested for happened on 22 March in Stinkwater, North West at around 10 pm.
The four, named Tshiamo Sandra Moroke, Lizzy Modiegi Moabelo, Mmapule Leso and Obakeng Tseremetsa Moima, were charged for allegedly transgressing Section 11 (5) of the Disaster Management Act of 57 of 2020 and crimen injuria, Naidoo said.
He said the cellphone, which belongs to one of the suspects, that was allegedly used to either capture and, or distribute the video has been seized by the police.
Police have reportedly said they were going to follow up on all videos being shared on social media in which people are encouraged to contravene the regulations of the Disaster Management Act.
In other news – Minnie Dlamini blasts Forex traders testifying in her comments – Watch
Following many of our favourite celebrities, we surely stand with Minnie Dlamini who in fact may happen to be the first one to come out and blast these testifiers. It is not only these traders who testify but many other individuals like ‘sangomas’ who come and flood their testimonies in the comment sections in a way to market and promote their brands or products.
Therefore such behaviour did not sit well with Mrs. Jones and she has had enough, through a video she has pleaded with such people to stop their annoying ways. continue reading
Source: The Citizen