‘Blesser’ Serge Cabonge demands R560 000 from JMPD after arrest drama

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Serge Cabonge at the launch of controversial book I Tweet What I Like So Sue Me at Exclusive Books Sandton City in 2019. He says he's had a tragedy-filled start to 2022. Photo: Oupa Bopape/Gallo
Serge Cabonge at the launch of controversial book I Tweet What I Like So Sue Me at Exclusive Books Sandton City in 2019. He says he's had a tragedy-filled start to 2022. Photo: Oupa Bopape/Gallo

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When he was arrested, City Press reported that the Congolese national was granted bail after he was held at the Sandton Police Station for several hours.

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