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SOCIETY

Ilegal miners get this for shooting and killing a police officer

Date: 17 May 2022 The Gauteng North High Court in Pretoria successfully convicted the accused of murder, attempted murder, unlawful possession of illegal and unlicensed firearms and ammunition, and transportation of unwrought precious metal on Tuesday, May 10, 2022. Image: South African Police Service

  2 months ago ago
Ilegal miners get this for shooting and killing a police officer

POLITICS

Bad news received by Jacob Zuma

The South African Revenue Service (Sars) has been requested to supply two media houses with Jacob Zuma's expense records. The Gauteng North High Court in Pretoria decided for amaBhungane and the Financial Mail after they applied for admittance to Zuma's expense forms in November 2019, after Sars denied admittance.

  8 months ago ago
Bad news received by Jacob Zuma

POLITICS

Lockdown Regulations Declared Illegal

The Gauteng North High Court has declared the lockdown regulations which the government of South Africa imposed as unconstitutional. However, the order is suspended until such time The Minister of Corperate Governance Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma and the Government of South Africa can have time to review, amend and republish the regulations. They have 14 days to do so. The governm,ent is now being forced to realign the regulations of the lockdown to meet the constitution framework. Dlamini-Zuma is also being orde

  2 years ago ago
Lockdown Regulations Declared Illegal

POLITICS

This Is What The Invalid Lockdown Means For South Africans

The South African government has suffered a defeat in court as the Gauteng North High Court has declared that government's lockdown regulations are constitutionally invalid. The court judgement orders the government to review, amend and republish regulations within 14 days. This means that new rules have to be drafted by our leaders within the next two weeks. The original lockdown which was level 5 was rational in order to meet its objectives. We have not yet achieved those objectives. Level 3 and level 4 h

  2 years ago ago
This Is What The Invalid Lockdown Means For South Africans

COVID

Good news for Smokers: Tobacco group confirms that cigarettes case returns to court next week

The Fair –Trade Independent Tobacco Association (FITA) which recently lost the cigarette ban case has confirmed that it have been given a new date to appear in court next week. FITA recently applied for leave to appeal the High Court’s cigarette decision. The organization have been given the 15th of July 2020 to appear in court again. The Gauteng North High Court ruled in favour of government not long ago saying the decision by the State to ban the sale of cigarettes is rational. British American Tobacco

  2 years ago ago
Good news for Smokers: Tobacco group confirms that cigarettes case returns to court next week

POLITICS

EFF Win Court Case Against Minister Blade Nzimande; A Breakthrough For Students

Commander in Chief, Julius Malema and his Economic Freedom Fighters members are always on the forefront of controversial News Headlines.This might be a way of marketing their political party; or as a way of genuinely helping the South African citizens.

  1 year ago ago
EFF Win Court Case Against Minister Blade Nzimande; A Breakthrough For Students

POLITICS

Court dismisses lifting ban on cigarette, NDZ wins

The application to have the cigarette ban lifted has been dismissed by the Gauteng North High Court. The Fair-Trade Independent Tobacco Association has lost to the government and the ban on cigarettes is set to continue. Companies who had taken the state to court over the ban of cigarettes have lost the case. The hearing was made on Friday 26 June 2020 and it comes at the dismay of many who were hoping that the ban will be lifted. Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma has been strongly against the sale of cigarettes and s

  2 years ago ago
Court dismisses lifting ban on cigarette, NDZ wins

ECONOMY-FINANCE

'Zuma tax ruling: Don't expect to see his records soon, Check why

The South African Revenue Service (Sars) has been mentioned to supply two media houses with Jacob Zuma's cost records. The Gauteng North High Court in Pretoria chose for amaBhungane and the Financial Mail after they applied for induction to Zuma's cost structures in November 2019, after Sars denied permission.

  8 months ago ago
'Zuma tax ruling: Don't expect to see his records soon, Check why

ECONOMY-FINANCE

Access to tax records of the former president Zacob Zuma has been granted by the high court

High Court awards admittance to previous president Jacob Zuma's tax records. The Gauteng North High Court in Pretoria has decided that SA Revenue Service should supply amaBhungane and the Financial Mail with Jacob Zuma's duty records inside 10 days. The two distributions moved toward the court after SARS in 2019 denied the Financial Mail admittance to the previous president's duty document.

  8 months ago ago
Access to tax records of the former president Zacob Zuma has been granted by the high court

JUSTICE

Court sentences Nigerian who kidnapped girl, fed her drugs and kept her as a sex slave

A Nigerian national was convicted in the Gauteng North High Court for kidnapping a young girl, feeding her drugs, and forcing her to have sex with up to six men per day for three months.Augustine Omini Obono was charged with human trafficking, incest, statutory rape, and sexual assault, according to the National Prosecuting Authority.

  1 year ago ago
Court sentences Nigerian who kidnapped girl, fed her drugs and kept her as a sex slave