Wilgehof parent theft case postponed again


GALOOME SHOPANE The case of theft against Craig Thiem, the Wilgehof Primary School parent who brought light into alleged racism into the school has been postponed to the 8th of October.

NPA spokesperson, Phaladi Shuping says the Director of Public Prosecutions had advised the case to be diverted.

Shuping says the plaintiff in the case is against this and wants the case to go through the normal legal route.

It is alleged that Thiem left a local retail grocery store with groceries worth more than R500, without paying for them.