Ntsiki Mazwai Defends Lady Zamar as she Faces Backlash #Ladyzamarmustfall

Lady Zamar woke up to yet another social media uproar after the rape case she opened against Sjava, was thrown out but the NPA. The Collide hitmaker had opened a rape case against Sjava in 2019 at a local police station, which was then handed over to the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA). It was discovered yesterday that the case was actually dismissed two weeks ago.


Limpopo police spokesperson Col Moatshe Ngoepe, confirmed to Sowetan Live that the case against Sjava was declined for prosecution on November 5.

“Last year the case docket was handed over to the senior public prosecutor for a decision. On November 5, the case docket was withdrawn by the director of public prosecutions at court,” he told the publication.

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The NPA spokesperson Mashudu Malabi-Dzhangi told Sowetan Live that there was no concrete evidence to arrest Sjava and charge him of rape. “The state declined to prosecute the case because it believed the facts or evidence do not support a successful prosecution.

Lady Zamar

When the country learned of this new revelation, #LadyZamarMustFall started gaining momentum. This saw the Collide hitmaker facing another wave of social media bullying. Even though it has not been discovered whether musician Sjava is innocent or guilty, people have already drawn to their own conclusions.

Musician and activist Ntsiki Mazwai has expressed how heartbroken she is for Zamar because she has to face bullies whilst battling the alleged trauma she faced.

She and many other people continue lending their support to Zamar with many uttering the words, “I still believe her” and “I stand with Lady Zamar.

They say you must fall because like millions of women you couldn’t bring your broken soul as evidence….I’m sorry you’re going through this Zamar. Am so heartbroken,” Ntsiki tweeted

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Source: Celebsnow

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