- Marius Fransman, ex-ANC leader of the Western Cape, will be prosecuted on a charge of sexual assault
- Fransman allegedly sexually assaulted Louisa Wynand in January of 2016
- An official date for the court case has not been set yet
The former ANC Western Cape leader, Marius Fransman will be prosecuted by the National Prosecuting Agency on a charge of sexual assault.
According to a report by News24, Fransman is accused of sexually assaulting Louisa Wynand. She was informed of the NPA's decision on the 7th of December.
As of yet, a court date has not been set because the prosecution is still working on the process.
A report TimesLIVE indicated that the NPA spokesperson, Phaladi Shuping, said the alleged incident happened in January of 2016.
While Wynand did not wish to share details of the incident, it is reported she was forced to share a bed in Flamingo Hotel with Fransman.
Briefly.co.za gathered that the alleged sexual assault took place in the North West, during ANC celebrations.
Only a few months later, Fransman was found guilty on 2 counts of misconduct by the ANC national disciplinary committee, and suspended for 5 years.
Fransman was not available for comment to the media.
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