Tsolekile denies assault allegations

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Thami Tsolekile, the former South Africa wicketkeeper, has appeared in court over alleged assault of a minor. He has denied the allegations.

Tsolekile appeared at the Goodwoods Magistrates' Court on Tuesday morning. He was accused of forcing a 14-year-old boy into his car in Cape Town, and assaulting him. Tsolikele claimed the boy had thrown stones at his car. The case has been adjourned until October 10.

In August, CSA banned Tsolekile for 12 years for "contriving to fix" matches during the 2015 Ram Slam T20 tournament. Tsolekile, 35, played three Test matches for South Africa in 2004.