King's son bust speeding at 185km/h

2012-07-02 11:46
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Durban - King Goodwill Zwelithini’s son, Prince Butholesizwe Prosper Zulu, 25, was caught travelling at 185km/h in a 120km/h zone along the N2 near Ballito on Sunday morning.

He was driving a Jaguar.

The prince was granted R2 500 bail and told to appear in the Umhlali Magistrate’s Court on Monday, according to Road Traffic Inspectorate (RTI) spokesperson Zinhle Mngomezulu.

Zulu Royal Household spokesperson Prince Mbonisi Zulu told The Witness he knew nothing about the speeding incident.

“I haven’t heard anything from him or the queen.

“The Royal House is a big house. I cannot comment ...” he said, adding that it was a matter for the police to comment on.

The RTI told The Witness that the highest speed at which a motorist was caught travelling this weekend was 202km/h.

That was also in Ballito.

The motorist was driving a Mercedes-Benz and was also granted R2 500 bail.

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