The Katlego Maboe case was delayed after the attorney general read about the appearance in court in an article

The Katlego Maboe case was delayed after the attorney general read about the appearance in court in an article


Cape Town – Embattled TV presenter Katlego Maboe’s expected court appearance didn’t happen , after the prosecutor only acknowledged about it during a news story on Tuesday.

Maboe was due in court on Tuesday for allegedly breaching a protection order his ex-partner, Monique Muller, had taken out against him.

National Prosecuting Authority spokesperson Eric Ntabazalila said: “The expected court appearance of Katlego Maboe didn’t happen this morning.

“When the prosecutor saw a piece of writing about allegations made, she contacted the police and asked about the court appearance.

“She was given today’s date for the court appearance. This morning the docket wasn’t delivered to court as was expected. She has since asked for the docket to peruse it.”

Ntabazalila added no date has been set yet for Maboe’s appearance.

Maboe has being caught during a recent social media storm after abuse allegations leveled against him by Muller, surfaced online.

Following this, a video surfaced online of interaction with Maboe and Muller where he admits to cheating on her.

Speaking to IOL Entertainment, Maboe said he stood by his initial statement where he denied the abuse allegations, adding the matter was being litigated and thus legal.

“I’m respecting the legal process and everybody involved and not compromising anyone or bringing anyone into disrepute,” he said.

Muller also accused him giving her a STD within the video, to which he answered: “The allegations about the STD are unproven.“