DJ Black Coffee to appear in court for speeding

2015-12-28 06:29


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Johannesburg – Award-winning house DJ Black Coffee is due to appear at the Roodepoort Magistrate's Court on Monday after being arrested for speeding over the weekend.

The We Dance Again hit maker was arrested on Christmas Eve when he was caught travelling at 200km/h in a 120km/h zone. Black Coffee, whose real name is Nkosinathi Maphumulo, was nabbed on the N1 highway near the Maraisberg Bridge.

He released a statement on his Facebook page apologising for the incident saying he had to rush to a family emergency.

Johannesburg Metro Police spokesperson Edna Mamonyane said the DJ was arrested along with a number of other motorists during an operation that started on Christmas Eve.

She confirmed that he was caught driving at 200km/h in his blue Maserati.

He received bail of R800, Mamonyane said.

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