23.1.2020 10:19 pm
The controversial Modack brought an application to interdict the police from arresting him and searching his premises, among others.
National police commissioner General Khehla Sitole has welcomed a court ruling against controversial Cape Town businessman Nafiz Modack.
The Mankweng Magistrate’s Court in Limpopo was filled to its rafters when Ntiiso Xhilumane, 25, accused of murdering his girlfriend Dr Shongy Nkwashu, 24, appeared in court yesterday.
A bail hearing sought by seven Chinese nationals, who have been accused of trafficking 91 Malawian nationals, in the Johannesburg Magistrate’s Court has been adjourned.
A 51-year-old man has been sentenced to two life terms for the kidnapping and rape of two minor girls in New Brighton, the Eastern Cape, three years ago.
Apartheid activist Neil Aggett seemed to have been severely punished through ‘systematic torture’ days before his death in detention at the infamous John Vorster Square, according to close friend David Dison.
‘We believe there is sufficient prima facie evidence to warrant a suspension pending an investigation into this very serious matter.’
Payne said the restrictions were that the headscarf had to be tight, should not cover the ears and had to be plain in colour.
The City wants an order prohibiting the sit-in and the flouting of health and safety by-laws, alleging that the group was affecting business in the area.
Joshua Aguza was arrested for allegedly being in possession of five small packets of tik, after a policeman approached him while he put his hand behind his head and scratched it.
Aggett’s sister, Jill Burger, yesterday wept quietly in the corner of her brother’s cell.
Former detainee Maurice Smithers returned to the Johannesburg Central Police Station, formerly known as John Vorster Square, on a site visit today.
The suspect is accused of raping his stepdaughters since 2014.
The judge president stands accused of trying to have sympathetic judges appointed to the 2015 court challenge to a proposed nuclear deal with Russia.
The SIU tribunal’s first case relates to ‘several allegations of irregularities within the office of the state attorney, estimated at R34m’.
Following a meeting with the family, the SAHRC’s Gauteng manager says they will assist the family, which can’t afford legal representation.