- Actress Sihle Ndaba took to social media to show her support to Zinhle Mabena as she was facing murder charges
- Zinhle had been in court after she was deemed to be a suspect in allegedly attempting to murder her estranged husband
- Her husband Robert Ngwenya had been attacked by gunmen, resulting in the death of his bodyguard
Mzansi entertainer Zinhle Mabena is at present confronting a legal dispute. She had allegedly conspired to commit murder against her spouse, Robert Ngwenya.
Fellow actress Sihle Ndaba lent her support to Zinhle as she faces this difficult time in her life. A Twitter user was talking about the case and shared that a person is innocent until proven guilty.
"Innocent until proven guilty. Be mindful of what information you accept. Character assassination is what people resort to when they can't find anything bad about you," they said.
Sihle agreed and simply said: "Louder."
Various South African media houses detailed that Zinhle had been captured for attempting to design a homicide and the episode occurred in January.
The supposed attempt brought about the passing of her ex-better half's bodyguard. The case has been tossed out of court because of an absence of proof.
Zinhle had been dealing with indictments of homicide and attempted murder. Her husband Robert had been assaulted by shooters who discharged shots at his vehicle and this is what resulted in the passing of his bodyguard.
Zinhle said that she had been through a lot subsequent to being in police confinement.
"I thank my family, close friends, and my legal team for their support and faith in my innocence despite the despicable and utter lies that are spreading against me," she said.
Briefly.co.za recently detailed that Zinhle Mabena's case was tossed out of court because of absence of proof. Zinhle Mabena has been released from prison.
As per an assertion delivered by the Isibaya entertainer's group, the murder argument against her has been tossed out because of the absence of proof. The star was captured on Tuesday, 16 February and kept at the Olievenhoutbosch Police Station.
The assertion expresses that the media personality was told at the police headquarters that she was accused of an instance of homicide and the attempted murder of her hubby, Robert Ngwenya.
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