- Suspended SARS commissioner Tom Moyane allegedly assaulted the teenage mother of his grandchild
- The National Prosecuting Authority will not be prosecuting Moyane for the alleged assault
- The NPA does not feel there is much of a case, despite reports of the teenager going to hospital for various injuries
Tom Moyane, the suspended SARS commissioner, was the talk of the town when rumour made the rounds that he physically attacked a 17-year-old girl.
The alleged young victim is the mother of Moyane's grandchild.
News24 reports that the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) will not be prosecuting Moyane for the assault.
According to Phindi Mjonondwane, from the NPA, they won't be taking the case against Moyane to court as they see no reason for it to go anywhere.
Moyane allegedly tackled and kicked the girl in the face when they had a verbal confrontation his Weltevreden Park home.
The incident is said to have happened in May, if the reports from the Helen Joseph Hospital is to be believed.
The reports show the girl got hurt in her stomach, her jaw had some injuries while she also had a cut on her cheek.
Her mother reported the case to the police and Moyane was supposed to appear in court in June but the prosecutors needed time to do a thorough investigation.
Briefly.co.za gathered that the chief witness in the case is Moyane's own son.
Reports by The Sunday Times stated Moyane and his son were having a very heated argument with his son when the girl got involved.
Moyane also allegedly also said she was practising witchcraft.
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