Hofmeyr said Koch will have to explain his profane use of language and hate speech in court on November 27.
The granted court order, according to Hofmeyr, said that Koch may not mention Hofmeyr, his sponsors or his business partners, directly or indirectly, and not on Twitter, television or in radio interviews.
But Missing did not seem fazed, as he took to Twitter to tweet about him being sued.
— Chester Missing (@chestermissing) November 5, 2014
This is the latest of blows exchanged between Koch and Hofmeyr after the Afrikaans singer tweeted:
Sorry to offend but in my books Blacks were the architects of Apartheid. Go figure.
— Steve Hofmeyr (@steve_hofmeyr) October 23, 2014
The tweet caused outrage on Twitter and caught the attention of Koch and many others.