Top Prasa manager accused of selling 42km of railway line he didn’t own
Mthuthuzeli Swartz’s case is being heard in the Port Elizabeth Specialised Crimes Court.
Malema’s lawyer says it’s critique; journalists call it abuse
Sanef wants the EFF to take responsibility for instances of harassment against members of the media.
Van Breda’s first appeal bid was dismissed in the Western Cape High Court in August 2018 and a second in September 2018 by three Judges in the SCA.
During their bail application, Garry Wiblin, 36, and co-accused Dennis Grose, 67, who is his fiancé’s father, both denied killing Masilela on June 17.
Sanef and five journalists have taken on the EFF in the Equality Court with regards to the intimidation of journalists.
Wiblin and Grose are facing charges of assault with intent to do grievous bodily harm, murder, violation of a corpse, and defeating the ends of justice.

Sanef case: Court told why EFF supporters ‘harass’ journalists

Pauli van Wyk was subjected to misogynistic abuse after Julius Malema called her ‘Satan’ on Twitter.

SAHRC offers Adam Catzavelos a R200K settlement for k-word rant

The organisation gave him time to consider the offer until the Equality Court case proceeds.

Ford Kuga: Jimmy family withdraws from inquest, believes evidence dispels ‘unfounded rumours’

Family attorney Rod Montano said they accepted that Reshall had died in the vehicle.

Magistrate recuses himself from Adam Catzavelos k-word case

The commission requested he be removed from the matter because of a close relationship with the defence.

Omotoso trial postponed after Daubermann requests to centralise charges

The defence has questioned the court’s jurisdiction in the trial as some of the alleged offences occurred outside Port Elizabeth.

Man accused of magistrate’s murder released

The 41-year-old man was believed to have been part of the group of men who gunned down Victor Mabunda in the driveway of his home last year.

Sanef takes on EFF in court for ‘intimidation’ of journalists

The forum says it has noted that the party specifically chooses not to subject its criticisms so they can be tested and verified.

110 years behind bars for serial rapist

On July 24, he was convicted and sentenced on nine counts: five counts for rape and four for robbery with aggravating circumstances.

Adam Catzavelos back in the dock for ‘k-word’ civil case brought by SAHRC

This case of crimen injuria was brought by the SAHRC which says it wants appropriate redress for human rights violations.

Courts imposing personal costs orders on politicians ‘to keep them accountable’

This is also to protect the Constitution, experts say, after former minister Maite Nkoana-Mashabane was ordered to pay costs.

Evidence ‘palpably unreliable’, Packham charges in Supreme Court appeal application

The Constantia businessman was sentenced to 22 years in prison for killing Gill in February 2018, and trying to defeat the ends of justice by setting her car and body alight.

Couple sentenced for murder of former Naspers financial director

During the trial, advocate Maresa Engelbrecht argued that the couple had shown no remorse and no respect for the law.

‘We are going home to our land in District Six,’ sings claimant after court finds against minister

District Six working group chairperson Shahied Ajam called the ruling a ‘wise one’.

Ukrainian hiker murder: Accused allegedly asked for help to hide bloodied clothes

One of the two men who appeared on Friday also alleged that he had been assaulted during his arrest.

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