22.10.2020 01:01 pm
The first accused in the murder, Sekwetje Mahlamba was denied bail by the Senekal Magistrate’s Court which set the matter for trial for 1 December.
Sekola Matlaletsa, the second accused in the 21-year-old farm manager Brendin Horner murder, has been granted bail by the Senekal Magistrate's Court while the first accused, Sekwetje Mahlamba, will remain behind bars.
Zuma wants Justice Zondo to recuse himself due to his alleged ‘biased disposition’ towards the former president, with Zuma claiming he has been ‘targeted’ by the commission.
The High Court in Pretoria has interdicted the EFF and those ‘acting in concert with it or pursuant to instructions from it’- from inciting violence against Clicks’ and intimidating its customers and staff.
Pioneer Foods issues safety recall on Liquifruit red grape cans after glass particles found in product
Customers who bought this product have been urged to stop consuming it immediately and return it to the place they purchased it for a full refund.
Following a negotiated settlement with government, the Fair Trade Independent Tobacco Association has decided it will no longer pursue its appeal, but government must consult stakeholders before future bans.
The transfer of the Lindela Repatriation Centre and other immovable assets sold during last year’s auction will not happen, after the court ruled that the auction was unlawful.
Blom celebrated his 116th birthday in May this year. He was born in 1904 in the rural town of Alelaide in the Eastern Cape.
Former public protector Thuli Madonsela released the findings of the report, which vindicates the president’s sister-in-law and former Botswana president Ian Khama, who were accused of attempting to overthrow the Botswana government.
The trio said the Bill would pave a way for accountable individuals to be elected as the country was currently besieged with corruption.
Gumede is accused of using her political status to influence the appointment of senior eThekwini personnel responsible for supply chain management.
South Africans need to be patient for a few more hours, to know whether several of the (inconvenient) lockdown regulations, such as the liquor and cigarette bans, will remain.
The Supreme Court of Appeals has granted FITA access to appeal the ban on cigarette sales directly, after two previous defeats in the North Gauteng High Court
Reports initially claimed that the radio host passed on due to a lung infection.
More than 230,000 investors were conned by the pyramid scheme, and bank accounts holding over R18 million were frozen.