Brickz to appear in court

2013-11-12 08:35

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Kwaito star Brickz, charged with rape, is expected to appear in the Roodepoort Magistrates’ Court today to apply for bail.

Brickz, real name Sipho Charles Ndlovu, has been in police custody since November 1. The case was opened against him on October 17 at the Honeydew police station.

The rape is said to have occurred in March and the girl he allegedly raped is believed to be 16.

City Press reported the kwaito star allegedly threatened to kill his accuser if she spoke out.

Brickz’s wife, Nqobile Ndlovu, was the one who reported him to the police.

She had since moved out of their house where the teenager was said to be a regular visitor.

Read: The case against Brickz

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