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Judge Irma Schoeman earlier postponed the matter to 28 January to allow for the outcome of the application to Constitutional Court.
The trial of rape-accused Timothy Omotoso has resumed in the Port Elizabeth High Court on Tuesday, following several hiccups, as the Constitutional Court dismissed an application by Omotoso's legal team to appeal a ruling that the Port Elizabeth High Court had jurisdiction to hear all the 97 charges against Omotoso and his co-accused Lusanda Sulani and Zukiswa Sitho.
The defence attorney has said charges against Mohamed Ebrahim should be dropped on the basis that there was not enough material evidence presented at the trial.
The case of Themane made headlines in February last year after his brutal assault was captured on video.
Jolene Alterskye appeared in the Cape Town Magistrate’s Court on charges of crimen injuria on Monday morning.
The case against Shiraaz Jaftha, Jeremy Sias, and Charles Daniels was postponed for further investigation in October last year.
The business rescue practitioners for other Gupta companies say it’s unable to repay a R402m loan.
The Black Administration Act mandated that all civil marriages between black people were by default out of community of property.
She shot them both in their stomachs after initially trying to poison them.
Ex-air force sergeant who strangled child prostitute, gunned down own children to be released from prison – report
Flippie Venter was in 2006 sentenced to 10 years in prison for shooting his children, while out on bail after being charged with killing a 14-year-old in Burundi and assaulting a Burundi security guard.
The 25-year-old rapist attacked and raped his cousin, who is the same age, in August 2018.
Disciplinary hearing clears high-ranking fisheries official accused of multimillion-rand abalone theft
Thembalethu Vico, the former acting chief director of monitoring, control and surveillance, was found not guilty of 14 charges relating to loss of abalone worth millions.
‘I don’t like going out at night. I still don’t feel safe. Not only for myself, but also for my younger sister.’
‘We all know journalists have been under attack by a number of public figures making outrageous statements,’ Harber said.
The High Court had earlier issued an order for the law society to inspect his accounting records, as well as files belonging to his law firm.
The EFF and Ndlozi were ordered to pay damages of R40,000 to each of the applicants, as well as Gqubule and Harber’s costs.