9.7.2020 06:04 am
The woman was granted a temporary asylum seeker’s permit in 2007 but her birth year was apparently incorrectly recorded as 1987, instead of 1994.
The Western Cape High Court in Cape Town has stepped in to halt the deportation of a Congolese woman who fled her war-torn country as a child more than a decade ago, after her father was killed in front of her.
The party says a proper investigation into the allegations can only happen in Hlope’s temporary absence from office.
The suspect says he intends to plead guilty on charges he faces and turn state witness in the case.
Mogoeng dismissed all other allegations by Goliath against Hlophe as meritless or brought to the wrong forum.
Mhlongo was charged for allegedly contravening the Disaster Management Act after a video in which he’s heard talking to his Metro FM co-host Dineo Ranaka.
In the event that a defendant still refuses despite being found in contempt of court, they may face jail time or a fine, but the offending post would still remain.
Fita said their appeal is of public importance and has reasonable prospects of success and their application to the Supreme Court of Appeal should be granted.
The department has argued that parents were primarily responsible for their children’s nutritional needs, but the institute said this did not mean it was parents’ exclusive responsibility, and the DBE should get their feeding scheme going.
Steenhuisen said they will now have to work their way through the lower courts to fix what he called flaws in the DMA.
The National Prosecutions Authority said all cases which were supposed to be heard at Roodepoort Magistrate’s Court have been postponed to next week Thursday.
The SCA dismissed the application, with costs, on the grounds that there is no reasonable prospects of success in an appeal.
Last month, the school abruptly announced its decision to close its doors due to financial distress and a R31.5 million deficit.
Brigette Wait, 36, was employed by TAG Yachts SA in St Francis Bay in an administrative position, where she defrauded the company of R3 million.
Former acting police commissioner Khomotso Phahlane and his 11 co-accused have been charged with fraud, theft, and obstructing or defeating the course of justice.