JOHANNESBURG – One of the women said to have had a romantic relationship with Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa says she has been left traumatised by the publication of her private videos.
The woman claims the videos are an invasion of her privacy.
She's seeking an urgent interdict to prevent the further publication of videos or photographs of her.
Speaking through her lawyers, she told the court that her constitutional rights were violated.
Videos have been posted online by businessman Kenny Kunene.
The woman says she's been traumatised by the matter, adding that people have approached her to call her a porn star.
She questioned how the footage was obtained and how its publication was in the public interest.
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The woman further claimed the publishing of the videos was serving a political agenda.
Kunene's lawyer, Garth Hulley insisted the publishing of videos was a way of authenticating claims of infidelity made against Ramaphosa.
The deputy president labelled the claims as fake news.
But Hulley battled to explain why explicit videos of the woman were published.
Judgment will be delivered on Friday.