Andile allegedly followed and threatened his ex-girlfriend, DJ Sithelo Shozi.
The warrant of arrest was issued on Friday, 3 March, and Sithelo went to Durban North police station to hand it over to the police to arrest her ex-boyfriend.
But she was allegedly turned down and advised to wait for Andile to violate the order again.
Last year Sithelo had a protection order against Andile after he allegedly threatened to kill her last year.
He is the son of the Durban prominent business women Shauwn ‘MamMkhize’ Mkhize.
Andile allegedly threatened her with phone calls.
In January, the Royal AM FC chairman allegedly followed Sithelo in Cape Town where she was booked to perform.
She allegedly left the club escorted after she noticed that, Andile was in the club called The Milk.
Her lawyer, Mabu Marweshe, of Marweshe Attorneys, confirmed to Daily Sun that the magistrate in Durban did issue a warrant of arrest against the defendant.
“We are considering legal avenues to enforce the same as our client has been receiving calls from private numbers amongst other things that can be construed as a violation of the standing interim order.
“The authorities will investigate as to who has been making these calls and deal with it accordingly. We will allow them to play their role in protecting our client at all costs, including arresting the defendant if they are satisfied that he violated the order of the court” he said.
He added that after the warrant of arrest was issued, their client made attempts to approach the police.
“She was advised to wait till the perpetrator violates the order again, we are worried about her safety but we have faith in the law that they will do what they are mandated to do and protect the vulnerable victims of never-ending GBV-related abuse,” he said.
The publication is in the position of the warrant of arrest for Andile Mpisane.
Andile Mpisane’s lawyer, Happy Godi, told Daily Sun that it is illegal for him to comment on the merits of domestic violence matters without the permission of the court.
KZN SAPS spokesperson Constable Thenjiswa Ngcobo said police can’t comment at the stage as Sithelo has not presented the name of the cop who told her to wait for the defendant to violate the protection order again.
A criminal case is yet to be registered.
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