Fees Must Fall activist Mcebo Dlamini is expected to appear in the Johannesburg Magistrate’s Court on Tuesday, facing charges of theft‚ assault‚ public violence and malicious damage to property in connection with student protests in October 2016. He was arrested in October 2016, but was released on R2,000 bail in[…]
Days after claiming to know student leader Mcebo Dlamini “very well”, State Security Minister David Mahlobo has done an about-turn on the extent of their relationship. Mahlobo was answering questions in the National Assembly on Wednesday when he was asked to clarify his relationship with Dlamini. This follows reports in[…]
#FeesMustFall leader and former Wits University SRC president, Mcebo Dlamini is expected to apply for bail in the High Court sitting at the Palm Ridge magistrate’s court on Tuesday morning. He was denied bail last month by the Johannesburg Magistrates Court. Dlamini was arrested at the University’s residence in Parktown.[…]
There were protests in and around the University of the Witwatersrand on Monday ahead of the court appearance of a student leader who was arrested at the weekend. Johannesburg metro police spokesman Wayne Minaar confirmed the protest action and advised motorists to use alternative routes as traffic is heavily backed[…]
Former Wits SRC president Mcebo Dlamini, known for his controversial Hitler remarks, has criticised Wits vice chancellor Adam Habib for not understanding the plight of protesting students, despite being black himself. Dlamini was addressing students during their third day of protest. “For the past three days, we were left with[…]
The SA Jewish Board of Deputies (SAJBD) on Wednesday said it intended to pursue criminal charges of hate speech against axed Wits Student Representative Council (SRC) president, Mcebo Dlamini. Dlamini openly expressed admiration for Nazi leader Adolf Hitler, adding that he believed all white people had an element of Hitler[…]
The legal office of the University of Witwatersrand has found that the institution cannot fault its former SRC president Mcebo Dlamini for expressing his admiration for Nazi leader, Adolf Hitler. “On the basis of existing case evidence, the legal office found that Mr Dlamini’s utterances did not breach the exceptions[…]
The SA Jewish Board of Deputies (SAJBD) said it had laid criminal charges of hate speech against ex-University of Witwatersrand Students Representative Council president, Mcebo Dlamini, for calling Jews “devils”. “Dlamini’s comments are the latest in a series of offensive public statements that he made about South African Jews over[…]
Claims in a debate on the removal of controversial Wits SRC president Mcebo Dlamini that Vice Chancellor (VC) Adam Habib was appeasing the white and Jewish communities, prompted an emotional response from the rector on Thursday night. Students claimed that the “speedy” decision by Habib to remove Dlamini from his[…]
Hitler-admiring sacked Wits University SRC president Mcebo Dlamini was found guilty by a “kangaroo court” for something that happened months ago, he told SABC news on Tuesday. “Last month, I was found guilty of something that happened one year, four months ago, even when the students said… [they are] not[…]
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