Johannesburg, July 30, 2018 (AltAfrica)-The South Gauteng High court in South Africa  has set aside the decision to grant former Zimbabwean first lady Grace Mugabe diplomatic immunity.Judge Bashier Vally says the decision to grant diplomatic immunity was inconsistent with the constitution and must be set aside.

Mugabe is accused of assaulting model Gabriella Engels at a hotel in August last year.

She was allowed to leave the country without being prosecuted.

silindelo masikane@Slindelo_M

Judge Bashier Vally will hand down judgment today in the South Gauteng High Court on the application to set aside the decision to grant Grace Mugabe diplomatic immunity.

silindelo masikane@Slindelo_M

BREAKING Judge Vally says ministers decision to grant diplomatic immunity was inconsistent with constitution and must be set aside. Minister also ordered to pay costs. pic.twitter.com/DhYYDTqV2J