South Africa wants Interpol to arrest Zimbabwe's Grace Mugabe

Authorities in South Africa are working with Interpol to enforce an arrest warrant issued for Zimbabwe’s former first lady Grace Mugabe over an alleged assault in an upmarket district of Johannesburg last year.

After the alleged assault with an electric cable came to light in August 2017, the South African government granted Grace Mugabe diplomatic immunity.

That immunity was overturned by a South African court this year after the alleged victim, model Gabriella Engels, challenged the decision.

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