Vavi speeding case postponed

2015-11-04 10:22
Zwelinzima Vavi leaves court. (Genevieve Quintal, News24)

Zwelinzima Vavi leaves court. (Genevieve Quintal, News24)

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Johannesburg - The speeding case against former Cosatu general secretary Zwelinzima Vavi has been postponed to next year.

Vavi appeared in the Edenvale Magistrate's Court on Wednesday after he was caught allegedly speeding last month.

He was among six people arrested on October 4 for speeding in the Ekurhuleni metro. Media reports at the time said he was driving at 207km/h. 

On October 5, Vavi took to Twitter to confirm that he had appeared in court for speeding.

His lawyer Ziphokuhle Modisane on Wednesday handed over a list of requests to the State.

The case was postponed to January 12, 2016.

- Read more: Vavi in court for speeding

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