Isibaya actress Sihle, acquitted of murder charges

Pretoria, South Africa – Isibaya actress Zinhle Mabena (Sihle), who was arrested last night for an alleged conspiracy to murder her ex-husband, Robert Ngwenya, last month, has been acquitted of all charges. Zinhle who was in attendance at the Pretoria Magistrate Court this afternoon has had her case thrown out by the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA). “Nothing plausible was provided to the authorities to link our client to any crime including but not limited to murder or attempted murder or any conspiracy of sought.

Isibaya Actress Sihle, Acquitted Of Murder Charges
Isibaya Actress Sihle, Acquitted Of Murder Charges

All these mischievous allegations ironically come from her husband who she has recently filed a divorce, and against whom our client has obtained an Interim Protection Order. I act on behalf of Zinhle and confirm that she was unlawfully taken into custody yesterday but is now a free woman after the NPA declined to place the matter on the role, because of the preposterous allegations of the allegations against our client,” said Joshua Lazarus of Shapiro and Ledwaba Incorporated. In addition, Maphuti Perez spokesperson of Zinhle issued out a statement cementing what Zinhle’s attorney had said, “media personality Ms. Zinhle Mabena has been subject to a lot of intimidation and scrutiny to an individual known to her and who has been trying to damage her reputation and ethics.

On the morning of 16 February 2021, Zinhle was arrested and detained by the Police and held at Olievenhoutbosch Police Station against her will in a holding cell where she was told she was charged with a case of murder and attempted murder of her husband, Robert Ngwenya. On 17 February 2021, she appeared at the Pretoria Magistrate Court where her case was thrown out and the Prosecutor said her arrest was unlawful.” However, at this juncture, Isidingo has not yet released any form of statement pertaining to the issue of Zinhle.

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