The Bobroffs ‘had the necessary intention to overreach and to conceal or evade paying tax on the proceeds of their illegal activities’ – Judge Malindi.
The former minister said he would take advice from his lawyers, and did not expect the ANC to do anything about the former president’s statement.
The former minister and military head claims the former president was lying and defaming him as someone who’d betrayed the liberation movement.
This week’s arms deal judgment will have implications for many future commissions of inquiry.
The BLF are themselves facing a hate speech case brought against leader Andile Mngxitama by AfriForum.

Gauteng man handed life term for raping girl, 12, at his house

The Pretoria Regional Court also imposed a five-year-jail term on the 55-year-old man for sexually assaulting the girl.

JSC in spotlight for slow adjudication of complaints against two judges

One complaint alleges state capture. The other alleges racism and sexism.

Hanekom calls Zuma’s legal defence ‘absurd’ and EFF ‘enemy’ label ‘preposterous’

Zuma’s lawyers have argued that he didn’t defame the former minister in the way he claims he understood it.

Judgment reserved in Zuma, Hanekom ‘known enemy agent’ matter

The former president’s lawyers have argued that their client’s tweet was completely misunderstood.

Teacher involved in muthi murder gets life behind bars

Themba Thubane pleaded guilty to seven charges, including murdering 13-year-old Gabisile Shabane and her cousin.

ConCourt rules against historical inequalities in land ownership

‘There can be no justification for denying secure rights to a large group of people on the account of where they live in the country,’ Justice Chris Jafta said.

Man sentenced to 35 years for terrorising visitors at Tshwane nature reserve

Dickson Nyathi, 29, was found guilty on seven counts, including robbery with aggravating circumstances and attempted rape at Groenkloof Nature Reserve.

BLF fails to pitch in Equality Court to face racism claims

Solidarity dragged the BLF to court following alleged racial utterances after the deaths of four pupils at Hoërskool Driehoek, Vanderbijlpark.

Four men who killed KZN cop get life sentences

Captain Nkosenye Welcome Ntombela, an Ulundi detective, was off duty when he and an employee from Phakode Supermarket fell victim to an armed robbery.

Court orders anti-apartheid activist Nokuthula Simelane to be ‘presumed dead’ after 35 years

Simelane, who would have turned 60 in September, disappeared after security police arrested her in 1983.

Police minister must pay R300k plus costs in wrongful arrest case – ConCourt

The judgment relates to an application lodged by Brian James de Klerk, who was wrongfully arrested in 2012.

Ngwenya to appeal crimen injuria conviction for calling black friend a ‘Qwa-Qwa k***ir’

He not only used the k-word, but also called Fana Titi a ‘bantustan boss’ in a text message.

Malema files ConCourt papers in bid to reverse Mkhwebane interdicts

The EFF leader wants the extent of public protector’s powers clarified.

Farm workers say Oak Valley housing arrangements are racist

The farm retorts that its living conditions are humane.




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