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Former media executive Willem Breytenbach appears in court over sexual assault charges

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Former media executive Willem Breytenbach appears in court over sexual assault charges

Former media executive Willem Breytenbach appears in court over sexual assault charges

Former South African media executive Willem Breytenbach appears in court on Thursday (December 5) over sexual assault charges.

Breytenbach faces charges of sexual and indecent assault.

The case has been postponed to February 4 next year for further investigation.

Eric Ntabazalila, spokesperson for the National Prosecuting authority gives comment on the case.

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