Former president Jacoz Zuma has been forced to postpone his trial, as Zuma's case has been postponed due to his mental illness. Right now his case was postponed because the Court of Appeal had not yet ruled on Zuma's latest application. In a recent application, Zuma wants the court to reverse its decision to refuse an appeal against the Pietermaritzburg High Court's decision.
THERE will be no new ban on cigarettes until there has been a public participation process. This is the assurance that the Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs, dr. Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma, through the State Attorney to the Fair Trade Independent Tobacco Association. Fita says after receiving the insurance, they abandon their legal action. "Fita will withdraw the appeal and each party will pay their own legal costs to the Supreme Court and Court of Appeal." The letter from the State Attorney
https://ewn.co.za/2022/04/04/court-of-appeal-to-rule-on-prosecution-appeal-against-hotel-rwanda-hero?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter - Rwanda's Court of Appeal was to lead Monday on an indictment appeal to expand a jail sentence against sickly "Inn Rwanda" legend Paul Rusesabagina on psychological oppression charges. The savagely blunt pundit of President Paul Kagame was requested to serve 25 years in the slammer after a preliminary his family and allies marked a joke that was tormented with anomalies.
Former president Jacob Zuma have changed his mind on the issue of self defense conduction, see below
Former President Jacob Zuma has changed his mind.He had lawyers who were representing him on his corruption trial but they left him last week.The lawyers filed a formal notice at the Pietermarizburg , a notice of withdrawal and the withdrawal included Muzi Sikhakhane the advocate .However they did not give reasons for their withdrawal.
Jacob Zuma's defeats in the country's courts have now become a certainty such as taxes and death. Zuma was on the losing side for the umpteenth time on Wednesday when the appeal court in Bloemfontein dismissed his appeal - against a finding by the High Court that he had slandered ANC veteran Derek Hanekom. According to the Court of Appeal, Zuma's appeal has no prospect of success and there are no compelling reasons why it should be heard. Zuma tweeted in 2019 that Hanekom is a well-known enemy of the enemy.
Judges conclude that because he had unambiguously pled guilty to the crime, there was no need to gather evidence against him. A man who was sentenced to 30 years in prison for impregnating his teenage daughter twice has been denied his request to have the sentence reduced to 20 years.
Source It has been ordered by the Constitutional Court that the provisional liquidators of Cash Paymaster Services (CPS) hand over financial records to independent auditors to determine whether or not it profited from the illegal social grant contract. The court has ruled that compliance with the order is not optional, so there is no reason to delay it.
Reeva's family bitter over Oscar's parole DUE to drying up by the Court of Appeal, Oscar Pistorius will be able to apply for parole within two years. The family of the murdered Reeva Steenkamp is deeply unhappy after the Supreme Court of Appeal adjusted the Paralympic athlete's prison sentence. Pistorius, who shot dead his girlfriend, Reeva, on Valentine's Day in 2013, will be eligible for parole in March 2023. The court found him guilty of culpable homicide in 2016. However, the state appealed to the Supreme
The Botswana Judges of the High Court, and Justices of the Court of Appeal have unanimously agreed to contribute 5% of their basic salary towards the above Relief Fund. This was released by the Chief Justice of the country T. T. Rannowane, The chief justice said the donations is part of the judges fight against the pandemic that has ravaged some many countries across the world. According to the Justice T.T Rannowane, The threshold of 5% of their basic salary will effect from May 2020, runs for three (3) mon
From amici’s point of view, Burgess is well-grounded in what we know about children’s experience during and after separation and divorce. Burgess is undergirded by three psychological pillars that direct custody decision makers to: • Protect primary custodial relationships, not geographical locations, in making move away decisions. • Hear the child’s voice, not simply those of warring parents. • Support the child’s relationship with the non-custodial parent following relocation. No social science