This move comes as the energy crisis in South Africa has reached a new peak, Cape Town acting mayor Ian Neilson says.
Radebe, who is Nhlanhla’s sister, alleged she had been abused before her death and was planning to leave her marital home in December 2019.
After the sentencing, some in the court gallery shouted ‘Go to hell!’ and ‘Justice has been served!’, but the accused just smiled and walked away.
In the BMF’s assessment, Pravin Gordhan and the board of Mango ‘completely flouted the constitutional principle of equality and fairness and unduly favoured [Bezuidenhout] for the position’.
All parties were also ordered to file reports by 09.00am on Friday so the court could understand how the matter was being resolved.
The accused said he had been trying to reach the victim on her phone for the whole day without success.

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An associate unpacks the legal implication of contracts set up via social outlets and what this means to South African law.

Chinese hate speech case: Court concludes with testimonies

According to the TCA, four respondents said they were willing to ‘tender unconditional apologies’ and reach a settlement.

Former Cogta employees sentenced to 15 years in jail for corruption

The two were found guilty of fraud after moving R7.5m from the department into the bank account of an accomplice.

Newcastle owes Eskom millions, but has never been load-shed

The utility has revealed the contents of an affidavit on which its case against the municipality hinges.

Tshwane mayor, speaker not going anywhere, court rules

On Friday, Judge Tuchten suspended all resolutions made in Thursday’s meeting pending the court’s final decision on 17 December 2019.

Fake Prasa ‘Dr’ Daniel Mthimkhulu loses bid for leave to appeal R5.7m judgment

He alleges his HR file and CV were tampered with, in an attempt to ‘destroy his career’.

Former KZN Cogta employees sentenced for defrauding R7.5m

The accomplice of the two former employees was also sentenced to 12 years imprisonment earlier this year.

Mpofu declares victory as judgment reserved in Peter Moyo vs Old Mutual

The seemingly never-ending legal battle between the axed CEO and his employer will now drag on into next year.

One of SA’s alleged major suppliers of dagga to spend Christmas in jail

Russell de Beer, 48, has been accused of unlawfully selling dagga dispensary franchises as well as being a major supplier of dagga and related products.

Sars opposes bid to halt Bosasa liquidation and auction, says it is owed more than R500m in taxes

Jared Watson launched the urgent application for an interdict on Wednesday afternoon after filing an application to place the companies under business rescue.

Adam Catzavelos pleads guilty to crimen injuria

His defence told the court how he was under the influence when he made the video and how he was a victim of a crime before he went on holiday.

Alleged sex offender Breytenbach granted R50K bail

He is accused of sexually molesting several schoolboys from at least three schools from 1989 to 1994.

#FeesMustFall Cekeshe’s sentence was too harsh – Thuli Madonsela

The former public protector says she would have liked the court to approach the matter differently.

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