It lasted 66 days‚ had tongues wagging‚ and played out like a courtroom TV drama with flashbacks to three family members lying hacked to death with an axe on the first floor of their luxury home. Now‚ the judgment of triple-murder accused Henri van Breda will begin in the High[…]
By Yaseen Kippie The Western Cape High Court ruled on the Knysna Muslim Council versus 22 Rawson Street Corporate case today. The verdict was in favour of the Council’s proposed project to build Knysna’s first mosque. In September 2014, the Knysna Muslim Council applied for approval of a project to[…]
he High Court in Pretoria will on Friday hand down judgment in the Democratic Alliance’s bid to have the decision to drop corruption charges against President Jacob Zuma reviewed. Judgment in the matter was reserved last month. However, the matter is not expected to end here. According to chairperson of[…]
Two men accused of killing a Cape Town constable are expected to learn their fate on Wednesday in the Western Cape High Court. Acting Judge Sakkie Maartens will hand down judgment against Mbongiseni Sithelo and Sicelo Kwayimani, both 29, who pleaded not guilty to murder, attempted murder, kidnapping and armed[…]
This piece was written as a response to the blog, titled “The Hunger Games- Ramadan Edition” written by Zahrah Perry. The blog The Perry Book has since been removed. OPINION by Zahrah Isaacs I was enjoying a nice day out with my siblings and wasn’t paying much attention to my[…]
Christopher Panayiotou will have to wait one more day to hear if he will be granted bail after being accused of the murder of his wife Jayde. Magistrate Abigail Beeton said she had hoped to hand down judgment on Thursday in the Port Elizabeth Magistrate’s Court and had a draft[…]
The Western Cape High Court will deliver judgment next week on the EFF’s quest for an urgent interdict against sanctions implemented by Parliament against 20 of its MPs. The matter came before the court on Friday, but was adjourned after Judge Dennis Davis had heard arguments from Dumisa Ntsebeza, for[…]
Paralympian Oscar Pistorius will spend another night wondering about his fate as judgment in his murder trial was adjourned early on Thursday. Judge Thokozile Masipa adjourned proceedings in the High Court in Pretoria before dealing with the matter of whether Pistorius was guilty of culpable homicide. This was after she[…]
Reeva Steenkamp’s family will be in the High Court in Johannesburg on Thursday when Judge Thokozile Masipa begins handing down judgment in the murder trial of paralympian Oscar Pistorius. “The family will be there — Reeva’s parents will be there,” Steenkamp’s uncle, Michael Steenkamp, said on Wednesday. He would also[…]
Media and the family of Reeva Steenkamp arrived at the High Court in Pretoria on Friday ahead of the second day of judgement in paralympian Oscar Pistorius’s murder trial. The Steenkamp family arrived with their lawyer Dup de Bruyn and hurried past the media contingent lined up at the door.[…]
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