File photo: SAPS (Twitter)JOHANNESBURG - The case of a KwaZulu-Natal deputy mayor and his bodyguards charged with the unnecessary and cruel shooting of a dog in the Melmoth area has been heard in court.
The National Council of the
Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals
(NSPCA) investigated the case and laid charges against deputy Mayor Phumlani Ntombela and his bodyguards, Bongani Shabalala and Halalisani Biyela after f
ootage of the shooting that occurred on 25 November 2017 surfaced on social media and was brought to the attention of the Eshowe SPCA five days after the dog was shot.
A national inspector from the NSPCA has appeared in court twice this month to testify against the accused....
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