Rape reduced to unnatural act

2014-12-09 05:00

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Gaborone - A Botswana court has adjusted charges against a man who was initially charged with raping another man to a lesser charge of 'unnatural offence'.

According to court documents previously brought before magistrate Goodwill Moakofi, the accused, Tebogo Chora Zulu, was alleged to have raped another man in Gaborone on 12 November.

In a brief appearance on Monday, the defence and the directorate on public prosecutions agreed that the previous charge of rape against Zulu was poorly drafted.

The new charge will be read before Zulu on 26 April next year.

Read more on:    botswana  |  southern africa

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