Jub Jub to appear in court over car crash that killed four teens

2010-03-09 07:51

Local musician, Molemo Maarohanye, popularly known as Jub Jub, and

the other motorist arrested for killing four teenagers while allegedly drag

racing in Soweto are expected to appear in the Protea Magistrate’s Court

today.


The men, one of whom is a well-known hip hop artist, were racing

down the road which runs between Protea Glen and Protea North when they smashed

into four boys walking home from school with two other friends.


The two speedsters face charges of culpable homicide and negligent

and reckless driving.


Local ward councillor and Inkatha Freedom Party Soweto leader,

Dlangezwa Mvelase, said the community was “very angry” over the death of the

four boys.


“The law must deal accordingly with people who play silly games on

the roads, killing innocent children,” said Mvelase.

 

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