From trauma to court drama: Local celebs make headlines

Cape Town - From Tresor to Zinhle Ngidi, we take a look at four local celebs who've been affected by crime this week.  

Musician Tresor fell victim to an attempted hijacking in Johannesburg, and Redi Tlhabi found herself the target of a cyber attack when her Twitter account got hacked.

Shumaya hitmaker Zinhle Ngidi has been found not guilty in a court of law - following assault allegations -  while Uyanda Mbuli and Joyce Omphemetse Molamu will be heading to court in October.     

Here are four local celeb stories you might have missed:      

Uyanda Mbuli


1. Hijacker holds gun to Tresor's head

Singer Tresor was the victim of an alleged hijacking attempt in central Johannesburg on Tuesday night. (Read the full story here


2. Redi Tlhabi: The hacking of my Twitter account has been sophisticated

Writer and radio personality Redi Tlhabi's Twitter account was hacked on Saturday, weeks after the release of her book Khwezi. (Read the full story here)



3. Zinhle Ngidi found not guilty on charges of assault

Shumaya hitmaker Zinhle Ngidi has been found not guilty on charges of assault. (Read the full story here)



4. Uyanda Mbuli and Joyce Omphemetse Molamu headed to court

TV personality Uyanda Mbuli and Joyce Omphemetse Molamu are headed to court in October.  (Read the full story here)


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