Open letter to South Africa’s students‚ universities and government‚ represented by Minister in the .
Veteran musician and lead singer of mbaqanga duo Soul Brothers David Masondo will finally stand trial on April 8 and his wife cannot wait to testify against him.
Masondo, 56, is accused of assaulting his wife of 17 years, Nomsa, left, and pointing a firearm at her. He faces three counts of assault and two of pointing a firearm at her in January at their Mofolo, Soweto, home where he was arrested a few days after being on the run.
Yesterday, Masondo made a brief appearance in the Protea magistrate's court.
Wearing an orange outfit, Nomsa was flanked by four other woman.
Masondo spent seven days at Johannesburg Prison and was granted R500 bail on condition that he did not contact his wife or witnesses until the case was finalised.