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Former president Jacob Zuma aims to place his R16 million legal debt onto the shoulders of struggling South African taxpayers as he appeals a 2018 High Court ruling.
Andile Lungisa, an ANC councillor in Nelson Mandela Bay, is being taken to court by Reserve Bank governor Lesetja Kganyago after Lungisa allegedly called him an "exceptional k-word". Kganyago is suing Lungisa for R500 000.
The African Diaspora Forum has come to the aid of foreign nationals arrested during the Joburg raids, saying that they will be seeking compensation from the minister and the state.
The Radical Economic Transformation Champions have reaffirmed their support of ex-president Jacob Zuma, saying that they will see Derek Hanekom in court in the ex-minister's case against Msholozi.
Former minister Derek Hanekom is taking ex-president Jacob Zuma to court over allegations that Hanekom had served as a spy for 'enemy forces'.
Former DA leader and Western Cape premier, Helen Zille, has sided with the EFF and its leader, Julius Malema, as the party faces a legal battle against SANEF.