Mandela grandson accused of pointing gun at a driver
JOHANNESBURG (AFP) - South African police are investigating Nelson Mandela's grandson for allegedly pointing a gun at a driver in a road rage spat, a spokesman said on Wednesday.
Mandla Mandela, a traditional chief and member of Parliament, is accused of pulling his gun on another driver after a near-accident on Sunday in the southeastern town of Mthatha.
"It was during one of these road rage quarrels with one of them accusing the other of nearly bumping into (him)," said police spokesman Mzukisi Fatyela.
"Then Mandla went to fetch a firearm from his car and pointed it at the other guy," said Mr Fatyela.