JOHANNESBURG - The attack body of evidence against Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) pioneer Julius Malema and Member of Parliament Mbuyiseni Ndlozi has been deferred to 29 September for judgment.
The pair showed up at the Randburg Magistrates Court on attack charges on Friday morning.
They are asserted to have attacked lieutenant colonel Johannes Venter in 2018 at the burial service of late Winnie Madikizela-Mandela in Fourways.
They guarantee they had been denied admittance to the memorial service procedures.
Taking to the testimony box, Ndlozi portrayed self-preservation in his declaration.
He contended that Venter was more noteworthy in sculpture than he was adding that he would obliterate him if they somehow happened to battle.
Malema concurred with his clarification.
Talking outside the court, he said they had no means to assault or fend off Venter however attempted to protect themselves.
"We were grieving, it was a personal day and in the event that anything that we didn't think would happen comes and undermines our entitlement to cover Miss Winnie Mandela, you would answer in the way we did."
Malema added that he was certain that they would win the case in September.
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