A police case was opened against Phindile Gwala after a nightclub brawl

A police case was opened against Phindile Gwala after a nightclub brawl

A police case was opened against Phindile Gwala
A police case was opened against Phindile Gwala

A case of assault and malicious injury to property has been opened against player, Phindile Gwala

She allegedly maltreated Nompilo Mkhize at a Pietermaritzburg cabaret.

Nompilo took to social media on Sat to share her expertise.

She wrote: “Last night I visited Cubana in PMB, walked out once they were on the brink of shut and like i used to be doing the complete night I started taking videos outside whereas i used to be anticipating an acquaintance.

“I was on the brink of stop the video and request a ride home once Phindile (known as Nonnie on Muvhango and is Nkululeko’s girlfriend on Imbewu) walked out. She came to American state along with her friend shouting, ‘Nangu omunye (here’s another one)’ forward i used to be taking a picture/video of her, I think.”

She alleged Phindile grabbed her phone and deleted the primary video she found.

“Her friend unbroken shouting: ‘Awuceli ngani? (why don’t you ask?)’. i used to be still confused once

“Phindile smashed my phone. That phone had everything from college work to documents i exploit to use for jobs.

“After smashing my phone she grabbed American state and damaged my face,” she wrote.

Nompilo opened a case againstPhindile however was additionally inactive.

“I was charged with resistance of the Disaster Management Act. per the police, I wasn’t purported to open a case that point of the night and will have waited till 4am.”

She same one amongst Phindile’s friends tried to achieve dead set her posing for forgiveness.

“I’ll not settle for her apology. It’s not her friend WHO maltreated American state.

“I need Phindile to in person and publically apologise for humbling American state. i would like her to exchange my phone,”

Phindile’s phone rang unreciprocated. She additionally did not answer text messages.

Police exponent Nqobile Gwala confirmed that each cases were opened.

“Two ladies aged twenty two and twenty four were placed below arrest for failing to confine themselves to their residence,” same Gwala.

“They every paid a fine of R1 five hundred. Charges of assault and malicious injury to property ar below investigation.”