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Former president Jacob Zuma's son Duduzane Zuma has been summoned to court on charges of culpable homicide. Duduzane needs to appear in court on the 12th of July to be held accountable for his alleged negligence.
Civil organisations and political analysts have expressed their lack of faith and in some cases even ridiculed a prayer initiative which is being headed by former president Jacob Zuma in troubled KwaZulu-Natal.
Patricia de Lille will remain a member of the DA and is expected to return to her position as the Mayor of the City of Cape Town. The Western Cape High Court ruled that the DA’s decision to revoke he membership was illegal.
The EFF leader Julius Malema is expected in court on Monday, 25 June for comments he made in 2016. He is charged with violating the Riotous Assemblies Act with his comments. Malema told EFF supporters to invade unoccupied land.
The Commission for Gender Equality (CGE) has expressed its dismay and alarm at a new IAAF regulation which will force female athletes to keep their testosterone levels below a certain level for a certain amount of time.
The man accused of murdering 20-year old Durban-North resident Siam Lee was granted R40 000 bail in the Durban Magistrates Court on Wednesday afternoon. The man cannot be identified because of sexual assault charges against him.
The state will continue to pay former president Jacob Zuma's court fees. The Presidency has made its decision. Former president Zuma still claims that he cannot afford to pay for his defence. He is due in court again on 27 July.
The driver of the car that was involved in the accident which took the lives of Simba Mhere and Kady-Shay O’Bryan has been sentenced to 10 years in prison. His defence has stated a prison sentence was too harsh in this case.
The ANC's Johannesburg caucus has until the close of business on Friday to make a payment of R270 000 to the City of Johannesburg or face having of the party's national headquarters, Luthuli House, seized by the city.
The ANC's national dispute resolution committee will be engaged in a series of critical meetings this coming weekend. The committee will aim to resolve internal issues which could conceivably lead to Jacob Zuma being ANC leader.
The ANC in Johannesburg have managed to save the party’s headquarters, Chief Albert Luthuli House, from being seized by the City of Johannesburg for failing to settle outstanding legal fees amounting to R300 000.
The ANC owes the City of Johannesburg more than R300 000 in legal costs since September 2017 and Mayor Mashaba says he will not hesitate to seize the ANC headquarters if they don't pay on or before the 15th of June.
Jacob Zuma is unsure of the state's decision to continue paying his legal fees. The former president's attorney Michael Hulley has written to the Presidency on the matter but is still waiting for an answer to be given.
Zuma dropped some real gems when he was addressing the crowd outside his hearing at the KwaZulu Natal High Court yesterday. But then this is nothing new. He is well known for his defamatory statements in public
Former president Jacob Zuma made a brief appearance in the Durban High Court on Friday morning and took the time to address a crowd of his supporters after his court appearance. He led his supporters in song and dance.
Former president Jacob Zuma has issued a stern warning to critics who continue to publicly speak out against him. Zuma warned that now that he was no longer president he would not sit back and allow others to provoke him.
The National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) has rejected a request by former president Jacob Zuma to delay his corruption trial. Zuma asked for a delay in order for him to clarify matters surrounding his legal fees.
Despite the allegations of corruption against former president of South Africa Jacob Zuma, he still has the support of many people in his pockets. Many South Africans have vowed to support Zuma however they can.
Tebello Kutoane, a young female lawyer, has celebrated her admission as an attorney of the High Court of South Africa. She's also the founder of a consultancy firm that provides legal advice to small businesses.
Bishop Vusi Dube, the founder of eThekwini Community Church International, revealed that churches would not be able to support former president Jacob Zuma financially, but would continue to support Zuma spiritually.
Fraser as the kingpin of this network reportedly had its computer installed in his home. However, none of the intelligence gathered found their way into the NIA’s databases, instead, it all remained with Fraser as head of the SSA.
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