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Jacob Zuma insists that the corruption case against him is just a way to smear his name. According to Zuma, the National Prosecuting Authority orchestrated the whole thing. Zuma filed papers at the KZN High Court to stop the case.
Former ANC MP Vytjie Mentor is in hot water after falsely implicating Fana Hlongwane in the state capture inquiry currently underway. The MP claimed that she had met the businessman, however, she soon realised it was someone else.
AfriForum will ask the Pretoria High Court to put the EFF leader, Julius Malema, behind bars for six months and fine the party R500 000 for ignoring a court order, which interdicts the EFF from inciting illegal land invasions.
Jacob Zuma lost his application to appeal against a personal cost order against him. He will now have to pay back the money - R10 million of it. South Africans feel that there was finally some justice achieved.
The Zulu king, Goodwill Zwelithini, and his Ingonyama trust have been ordered by the Pietermaritzburg High Court to stop forcing residents to pay rent. According to the court papers, the king has unlawfully forced residents to pay
One of the three judges hearing the DA and EFF's applications, Judge Pieter Meyer, pointed out Zuma's repeated undertaking to pay back his legal costs should the applications to stop his criminal cases be unsuccessful.
The Democratic Alliance will be taking President Ramaphosa to court over ministers Gigaba and Dlamini. The DA's leader, Mmusi Maimane, says these ministers are not fit to hold offices and want them removed asap.
AfriForum handed in a warrant to seize the Economic Freedom Fighters' assets. The warrant is for a debt of more than R300 000 that the EFF and Julius Malema owes AfriForum. The debt comes from all the way back in 2017.
HHP's funeral is turning into a tragic mess.Lerato Sengadi, HHP's wife, turned to the court to stop the funeral arrangements.According to HHP's family, the right rituals weren't followed and Lerato wasn't handed over to the family
The young man accused of raping a 7-year-old, Nicholas Ninow, will be sent for mental evaluation. According to Ninow's lawyer, his family has a history of mental illness. Ninow allegedly suffers from depression and is bipolar.
Duduzane Zuma briefly appeared in court just to hear his case has been postponed to 24 January. When the charming businessman left the court, he took time to talk to some DA women outside the building and they lost their composure
The NPA's Lawrence Mrwebi, the Special Director of Public Prosecutions, and Nomgcobo Jiba, the Deputy National Director, have been suspended while government waits for the outcome of an inquiry into their fitness to hold office.
Anele and Neliswa Mxakaza have been harassed after they shared their experiences with Pastor Omotoso. The pastor is currently on trial for the rape of Cheryl Zondi, but currently faces 97 charges of assault and human trafficking.
Concerned members of the ANC has again put in a bid to nullify President Ramaphosa's election as leader. ANC member Ronnie Malomane submitted paperwork to court that allegedly proves Ramaphosa election wasn't legit.
Cheryl Zondi was forced to answer four harrowing questions during the sexual assault trial of contoverial Nigerian pastor Timothy Omotoso. Zondi was grilled about her allegations against Omotoso by his defence team.
Convicted #FeesMustFall activist Bonginkosi Khanyile will be sentenced in Durban on Tuesday. Khanyile was found guilty on charges of public violence, failing to comply with police instructions and carrying a dangerous weapon.
The African National Congress Women’s League (ANCWL) has called for the chemical castration of men found guilty of rape. The league wants Parliament to introduce much harsher laws for men found guilty of rape and or sexual assault
Former president Jacob Zuma is taking the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) to court. Zuma is demanding to know whether Fezeka Kuzwayo who is better known as Khwezi was paid by the NPA or anyone else to go ahead.
The Durban businessman who shocked South African when he posted a video on Facebook in which he unleashed a verbal tirade which included calling President Cyril Ramaphosa the k-word has apologised to Ramaphosa.
EFF leader Julius Malema’s challenge of the constitutionality of the apartheid era Riotous Assemblies Act suffered a minor blow on Thursday. Malema’s lawyer failed to serve the Pretoria High Court registrar with the proper notice.
The Constitutional Court has delivered a landmark ruling in which it decriminalises the private use of dagga. The ruling means it will not be a criminal offence for adults to use dagga in private or to grow the plant.
Democratic Alliance (DA) leader Mmusi Maimane has threatened legal action against President Cyril Ramaphosa if he does not reveal the exact terms and conditions of Eskom’s R33 billion loan deal with China's government owned bank.
Highest Provincial court