PowerFM boss Given Mkhari, wife assault matters withdrawn – NPA

Court matters against PowerFM boss Given Mkhari and his wife Ipeleng were withdrawn in the Randburg Magistrate’s Court on Friday, the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) said.

“We can confirm as the NPA Gauteng that both matters [were] withdrawn. This after the senior prosecutor called both parties to participate in mediation process.”

Mkhari, who is the chairperson of MSG Afrika, and his wife, who is the CEO and founder of Motseng Investment Holdings and the president-elect of the SA Properties Association, allegedly had a fight in their home in July. — News24

This is a developing story and will be updated as more details emerge.

Kaveel Singh
Kaveel Singh
News 24 Journalist.
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