24.11.2020 09:52 pm
Mkhwebane approached the court with a two-part application this year after National Assembly Speaker Thandi Modise approved a DA motion to institute removal proceedings against her.
Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane is fighting tooth and nail against her removal from office and has hit back at the Western Cape High Court’s dismissal of her legal bid to halt the process, with a list of 20 “cardinal errors” her legal team says it made.
The NPA previously withdraw charges against Major-General Ravichandran Pillay after it determined that it did not have a strong enough case against him.
The Easter Cape has a number of medical staff who have tested positive for Covid-19, which is also a major concern.
Instruments of justice and governance don’t appear to be enough to settle the issues SA has been cultivating for years. It’s now down to capturing the minds of the electorate, and history has taught us that that game gets dirty.
In a letter to the Betty’s Bay Baboon Action Group he said he ‘fully supports’ the efforts of the group to allow the baboons to ‘continue to roam free’.
Omotoso has been in jail since 20 April 2017, when the Hawks in Port Elizabeth arrested him. He shares the dock with Lusanda Sulani and Zukiswa Sitho, who are out on bail.
It is not clear yet whether the Malawian government has received the formal extradition request from the South African government.
Dumisani Mkhwanazi is accused of killing Madiba, a University of Johannesburg (UJ) student, in 2013.
Chauke raped three of his victims and thereafter took pictures of their private parts, threatening them with posting the pictures on social media.
‘Police must never be regarded as immune to confrontation and activism, should they make it their duty to brutalise those who stand for justice,’ said the party.
Police said the suspect was hiding at a local farm when the community found him.
Speaking to the media on Tuesday, Cele said the majority of women were raped in their homes or at the homes of perpetrators
At least 25 trucks have been set alight in the past few days as protests rage against the employment of foreign nationals in the trucking industry.
The SAHRC says it will also look into EFF leader Julius Malema’s alleged threats against the police, and whether these constitute hate speech or not.
Lamola said there are plans for the construction of staff facilities that will house officials working at the centre to ensure that they can do their work with ease.