Leader of the Democratic Alliance Mmusi Maimane has challenged Mampintsha to 'three rounds in a boxing ring."
Taking to Twitter, Mmusi wrote: "He must bring it on, violence against woman must be condemned. A charge must be opened."
"It makes me sick this behaviour," he added.
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If Mampintsha has it in him, I’d challenge him to 3 rounds on a boxing ring. He must bring it on, violence against woman must be condemned. A charge must be opened. It makes me sick this behavior.
— Mmusi Maimane (@MmusiMaimane) March 4, 2019
Economic Freedom Fighters KwaZulu-Natal to open criminal charges against Mampintsha
The EFF KwaZulu-Natal led by Chairperson Cmrs Vusi Khoza will be opening criminal charges against Mampintsha for allegedly assaulting Babes Wodumo.
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ECONOMIC FREEDOM FIGHTERS KWAZULU NATAL TO OPEN CRIMINAL CHARGES AGAINST MAMPINTSHA @EFFSouthAfrica @vusumuzikhoza@TheMercurySA @IsolezweNews @SABCNewsOnline @eNCA @ukhozi_fm @gagasifm pic.twitter.com/zouNHOLHQL
— EFF KZN (@EFFKZN) March 4, 2019
Babes Wodumo's sister Nonduh Simelane has labelled a media release making rounds online as "lies."
According to the online statement the viral video was a "preplanned domestic violence video clip." (See social media post here)
When questioned about the media release, Nonduh told The Juice: "Lies, lies, lies. Babes is currently sleeping and she is traumatised."
Speaking to The Juice Babes Wodumo's sister Nonduh Simelane confirmed the authenticity of the viral video, saying: "It is very, very real."
When asked about Babes' well-being, she said: "She is doing okay, she is resting and she is safe."
According to Nonduh, Mampintsha has disappeared and his current whereabouts are still unknown.
Commenting on the alleged abuse, Nonduh said that it is an "everyday occurrence."
"The last time we spoke she said that she will be opening a case," she said.