Jiba brought an urgent interdict to halt the parliamentary process, as she had brought applications to review her being sacked by the president, among others.
Colin Pillay is accused of murdering his married lover Jane Govindsamy and her daughters, Denisha and Rackelle.
Tensions ran high outside court on Wednesday as longtime enemies the BLF and AfriForum again came face to face.
The case was postponed to August 28. Mkhwanazi was warned to ensure his lawyer was present that day.
Sello Hatang said the foundation would be reaching out to AfriForum for further discussions and debates.
He abandoned his bail application earlier in the murder case, but hung back for a second case involving the milk truck.

WATCH: Old SA flag not hate speech without ‘call to action to inflict harm’ – AfriForum

‘Simply displaying it in our view is not sufficient for it to be hate speech,’ says Ernst Roets.

EFF in Gauteng calls for swift justice in Palesa Madiba’s murder case

The matter was postponed on Wednesday to August 28 to allow the accused to secure legal representation.

Court upholds right of farm residents to bury their loved ones

SCA rules protecting an occupier’s religious and cultural rights is consistent with treating them with respect and dignity.

Equality Court rules ‘gratuitous display’ of the old SA flag constitutes hate speech

AfriForum and the Nelson Mandela Foundation presented opposing arguments on the banning of a symbol that became globally infamous during the apartheid era.

Desalination plant battle: City of Cape Town hits back, asks court to dismiss R50m lawsuit

The plant was one of three that formed part of the City’s response to the severe drought.

R140m Seriti commission’s arms deal findings set aside

The report, which cost taxpayers close to R140 million, was declared a ‘manifest failure’ at holding those responsible for corruption accountable.

Solidarity hails court victory in Denel case over salary deductions

This comes after the arms utility applied to Sars for a payment deferment amid ongoing liquidity challenges.

‘Everything was grey for me’ – Grieving dad of Swedish volunteer killed in alleged drunk driving case

He had flown from Stockholm, Sweden, to hear for himself the testimony of his son’s last moments.

In final judgment, Judge Cameron roasts land dept over dispute

The department’s tardiness and inefficiency in making land reform and restitution real has triggered… a constitutional near-emergency, he said.

Life Esidimeni – If NGOs don’t pay back the money, their bosses will

The total value of the matters handed to the state attorney’s office, pending civil litigation against nine NGOs, is R5 million.

Cars for police tenders saga: Appeal to overturn warrant fails

Another part of the investigation was to establish how former acting police commissioner Khomotso Phahlane paid for his cars and house in Pretoria.

Why must I phone her? I was told she was dead – accused in Phoenix triple murder case

Colin Pillay is accused of killing his lover of nine years Jane Govindsamy and her two daughters, Rackelle and Denisha, on September 20, 2018.

Swedish volunteer killed in ‘split second’ in Cape Town alleged drunk driving case

Darryl Futter is accused of killing Aksel Otterbeck on the evening of December 14, 2016.

Man admits killing Gabisile Shabane, who had albinism, for muti

Shabane and Nkosikhona Ngwenya were kidnapped from their home in Hlalanikahle in eMalahleni during the night of January 28 last year.




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