In another matter, the speaker is accused of trying to deliberately run over community member, Izwelakhe Malinga, with his bakkie last month.
Malinga, 36, from Petsana township, believes he has been a target since 2016 after he and other community members raised questions about service delivery.
"[In the first incident] I was near a car wash when he turned the car and accelerated towards me. I quickly ran to the car wash. People asked me why the bakkie was rushing towards me, but I was also puzzled," said Malinga.
In the second attempt, Malinga was walking down a road when he heard the sound of a speeding car. When he looked up, Kgaketla's menacing bakkie was speeding towards him. "I had to quickly evade him. I would have been dead if I did not dive on time."
Kgaketla denied all allegations against him, saying one incident was an "accident".
"These people are liars, they are just against me and I do not know why. I wouldn't try to kill anyone," Kgaketla said.
He said he was aware of the case against him and vowed to prove his innocence in court.
Mohobeleli said: "A case of reckless and negligent driving is under investigation.
"It was opened by a 36-year-old man who alleges that he was nearly run over with a vehicle by the speaker of Nketoana local municipality on 6 June in Reitz. He opened a case on 25 June.
"Investigators are collecting statements and evidence to be included in dockets which will be presented before the prosecution for a decision."