Gracious! Nelson Mandela’s grandson fined for assault

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Mandla Mandela who is a legislator for the ruling African National Congress (ANC), was found to have attacked a teacher, Mlamli Ngudle, in a 2013 road rage incident in Mthatha.

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Former president of South Africa, the late Nelson Mandela’s oldest grandson has been sentenced in Mthatha, Cape Province, South Africa to pay a fine of 817 dollars or serve two years in prison for assault.

Mandla Mandela who is a legislator for the ruling African National Congress (ANC), was found to have attacked a teacher, Mlamli Ngudle, in a 2013 road rage incident in Mthatha.

The prosecutor told the court that Ngudle had allegedly bumped a parker vehicle belonging to one of Mandela’s friends. According to some witnesses, Mandela threatened Ngudle with a gun.

In 2013, Mandla Mandela made headlines when a judge ordered him to return the remains of his father and two other children of Nelson Mandela to Qunu, their ancestral home. Mandela had moved them to a memorial centre in another location without consulting the family.

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