The Mthatha officer's court on Thursday gave a warrant of capture towards the AbaThembu Ruler Buyelekaya Dalindyebo.
The ruler unnoticed to reveal up in courtroom on costs that he purportedly attacked his toddler, the preceding performing lord, Sovereign Azenathi Dalindyebo, in 2020.
NPA representative Luxolo Tyali stated Dalindyebo was anticipated to show up in courtroom on Thursday, however ignored to do as such and a warrant for his seize was then given.
In Spring a year ago, Dalindyebo, who is as of now out of jail on parole, became captured for a center of-the-night frenzy that purportedly complicated him employing a hatchet and a blade and perilous his child and own family on the Bumbane Extraordinary Spot.
Recordings taken on the domicile confirmed garments, customary to have an area with Azenathi, tossed at the grass.
A few individuals from the regal circle of relatives addressed whether Dalindyebo became stricken by liquor or special materials after he turned into blamed for breaking into the house and crushing home windows.
Azenathi had laid grievances of pernicious damage to belongings and attack with police, prompting the king's capture.
The ruler previous served 4 years of a 12-yr prison sentence for hearth associated crime, grabbing, and overcoming the closures of equity and was added in December 2019.
Since his shipping, the lord has been final at his Nkululekweni personal home in Mthatha, whilst Azenathi has stored on possessing the Bumbane Incredible Spot, 50km external Mthatha.
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