Brickz lied: Magistrate

By Drum Digital
19 November 2013

Kwaito musician Sipho Charles Ndlovu lied about his previous conviction, Magistrate Piet Kotze said.

Kwaito musician Sipho Charles Ndlovu lied about his previous conviction, Magistrate Piet Kotze said on Tuesday.

"With reference to paragraph eight (of your affidavit) the court could not come to any conclusion except that you lied about your conviction."

He was referring to affidavits submitted for and against Brickz's bail application.

Brickz has been arrested on a charge of rape. He allegedly raped a teenage girl in March this year.

He was arrested on November 1 and has been in custody since his arrest.

In his affidavit Brickz stated that he had no previous conviction but, the state submitted that he was convicted for possession of cocaine in 2007.

He was sentenced to four months with an option of a R1000 fine. Half of the sentence was suspended.

"On top of a certified copy from the Randburg Magistrate's Court it is written no admission fine... You were convicted," Kotze said before adjourning proceedings for tea.

Brickz waved and shook hands with some people in the public gallery before he was led to the holding cells.

-by Sapa

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