Artist Muholi free to continue with their life after court dismisses former partner’s protection order application

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Artist Zanele Muholi and Bajabulile Dhlamini have been battling it out in court. Photo: Muntu Vilakazi
Artist Zanele Muholi and Bajabulile Dhlamini have been battling it out in court. Photo: Muntu Vilakazi

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Through her application filed on December 22, Dhlamini sought to bar Muholi from threatening her and damaging her reputation on social media.

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