Former deputy of higher education and training minister Mduduzi Manana outside the Randburg Magistrate's Court where he was due to be sentenced on November 07, 2017 in Randburg.
JOHANNESBURG - Former Deputy Minister of Higher Education Mduduzi Manana has promised to comply with the court order.
Manana&39;s legal representative said he will pay his R100 000 fine and do 500 hours of community service, after admitting to assaulting three women.
The Randburg magistrate&39;s court also called on Manana to undergo anger management.
He assaulted the women in a Johannesburg nightclub in August.
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Manana&39;s sentence has been criticised as the country battles to contain gender-based violence.
"We are happy with the outcome, it was what we were hoping for and it is a good day," said Mduduzi Manana&39;s Lawyer, Michael Motsoeneng Bill.