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The drunken driving case of former ANC chief whip Tony Yengeni was yesterday postponed to June 5 in the Goodwood magistrates' court.
He faces a main count of drunk driving and an alternative count of reckless and negligent driving.
Yengeni was arrested in November last year when the vehicle he was driving allegedly hit a traffic island in the middle of the road.
Police who investigated the incident allegedly smelt alcohol in his breath.
Yengeni's legal representative asked for the postponement because they had yet to receive "further particulars" from the prosecution.
Yengeni's bail was extended. He is out on parole after serving time for fraud.
His parole conditions also stipulate that he may not use liquor or drugs. - Sapa