26.6.2019 02:09 pm
Banzini Gxamza was found guilty of Helepi’s murder, which occurred three years ago at his business premises.
The man accused of murdering former Moroka Swallows player, 71-year-old Alfred “Chencha” Helepi, has been handed a 20-year sentence for murder in the Bloemfontein High Court, reports Bloemfontein Courant.
Spokesperson of parliament Moloto Mothapo says an agreement was reached by all parties to postpone the matter.
The suspect’s attorney says the woman intends to reverse her guilty plea and ask for bail.
The EFF leader has accused politicians including Minister of Public Enterprises Pravin Gordhan of having clandestine meetings with SA’s judges.
The EFF leader is facing charges of incitement after he urged people to occupy vacant land.
The court ordered that the state attorney must take all the necessary steps, including civil proceedings, to recover all the money.
The young Zuma is facing charges of culpable homicide and negligent driving after he allegedly lost control of his Porsche in the rain and rear-ended a taxi.
The apartheid activist died in 1971 after falling from the 10th floor of the then John Vorster Square police station in Johannesburg.
The teacher allegedly beat a learner with a broomstick in January 2018 for allegedly playing in the rain.
Cebo Andile Mgabashe was part of a five-man gang who allegedly murdered Louis Petrus van der Berg, and attempted to murder his wife in 2016.
Five of the eight years were suspended while he will spend three of them under house arrest performing community service.
And the amounts already owed to Trevor Manuel, Karima Brown and AfriForum can escalate sharply as Julius Malema’s team heads to the appeal court.
Police also recovered two memory sticks that were in his pocket.
Happiness Mkhize, 35, Doctor Vitus Madida, 40, and Sibongiseni Gumbi, 31 were sentenced on June 14 for killing Hemrani Bijral, 65, in May 2017.