When it comes to journalism in this country especially mainstream media, many people have been complaining for the longest time that they seem to be captured and this is because of the way they pose their questions and what they also choose to report about. They chose the kind of news that they believe is newsworthy only when it suits them.
As embarrassing as it may sound, an incorrect email has delayed Jacob Zuma's parole appeal. This would be less than two months before he would have completed his full sentence for contempt of court. Zuma was released from custody on medical parole less than two months into his 15month sentence for contempt imposed by the Constitutional Court.
The legal executive has affirmed that a Supreme Court of Appeal official is confronting an inside disciplinary request in the wake of neglecting to inform Judge Mandisa Maya of solicitations to manage the allure recorded in regard of previous President Jacob Zuma's clinical parole matter on a pressing premise.
The judiary has confirmed that a Supreme Court of Appeal is facing an internal disciplinary inquiry after it failed to notify judge Mandisa Maya of requests to deal with the appeal filed regarding the medical parole of former president Jacob Zuma revoked. The acting attorneys for the DA and the Helen Suzman Foundation wrote to judge Maya, saying the matter had to be fast tracked or otherwise it would only be resolved after Zuma's 15-months prison sentence.
Embattled former president, Jacob Zuma is about to receive another honour for the services he rendered while he was the president. According to the information posted by Carl Niehaus, one of his closest allies, the honour will be bestowed on the ex-president by the ANC in Musa Dla Dla for standing with the poor and supporting them during his presidency.
So the Helen Suzman Foundation doesn't like the outcome of the JSC interviews, with Justice Maya nominated, now they call it an 'abomination'. If one of their preferred candidates were nominated they would have praised the very same JSC interviews to the heavens, Arch opportunists ~ Carl
It has been reported that the Helen Suzman Foundation is threatening to go to court to force the JSC to hold new interviews for the chief justice post, calling the process of last week an 'abomination'. There has been numerous reactions since the Judicial Service Commission conducted its interviews for the position of chief justice.
The interesting part in the Zuma saga is that Afriforum, Helen Suzman Foundation and the DA.I cant recall them demanding for the following people: 1.For Apartheid victims who came and testify at the TRC. 2.Mr DE Klerk lived peacefully without being chased by the groups I mentioned.
Ex president Jacob Zuma's legitimate group attacked the Pretoria High Court's new request for him to get back to jail on Tuesday morning. "Not exclusively is such a request all the way messed up with any point of reference, however it is additionally messed up with the law released early the importance of parole in the absolute ahead of all comers," his promoter Dali Mpofu SC said when the case preceded a similar court once more, for the becoming aware of an application for pass on to pursue the request stopped by both Zuma and the Department of Correctional Service (DCS).
The judiciary has showed that a Supreme Court of Appeal respectable is facing an inner disciplinary inquiry after failing to inform Judge Mandisa Maya of requests to deal with the enchantment filed in appreciate of former President Jacob Zuma’s clinical parole matter on an pressing foundation. Attorneys acting for the DA and the Helen Suzman Foundation wrote to Judge Maya, the President of the SCA, announcing the problem had to be fast-tracked or in any other case it'd best be resolved after Zuma’s time period of imprisonment.
When it comes to journalism in our nation, many people have complained for a long time that they appear to be caught because of the way they approach their questions and the topics they choose to report on. Only when it's convenient for them do they select the news they think is newsworthy as it's being reported.
The clock began ticking for former president Jacob Zuma after he was ordered back to jail by the Pretoria North High Court on Wednesday. This follows a successful appeal against the medical parole granted to Zuma by former Correctional Services Commissioner Arthur Fraser three months ago. Security forces are expected to be on high alert as the run up Zuma’s arrest in July was characterized by threats of violence and his incarceration followed by some of the most damaging unrest the country has seen.
Former president Jacob Zuma is to enchantment the judgement by the High Court in Pretoria ordering that he go back to jail. The Helen Suzman Foundation and the DA challenged the unilateral selection with the aid of former correctional services commissioner Arther Fraser to grant Zuma clinical parole. RELATED: Victory for the rule of law after court docket sets apart Zuma medical parole - legal professional
High Court Makes Zuma & Fraser Cry In Last Minutes, After Top Judge Announces Zuma Returns To Prison
The Pretoria High Court on Wednesday morning decided that previous public official of remedial administrations Arthur Fraser's choice to put previous president Jacob Zuma on clinical parole in September was unlawful and has saved the choice. The application to audit Zuma's clinical parole was stopped by the Democratic Alliance (DA), the Helen Suzman Foundation (HSF) and AfriForum later Fraser conceded during a meeting with SABC News that he had superseded the Medical Parole Advisory Board's choice not to set the previous president free from prison.
The previous president Jacob Zuma is to pursue the judgment by the High Court in Pretoria requesting that he return to jail. The Helen Suzman Foundation and the DA tested the one-sided choice by previous remedial administrations official Arther Fraser to give Zuma clinical parole. RELATED: Victory for law and order later court saves Zuma clinical parole - legal counselor
Mr Zuma although already appealed the back to jail case — some couple factors need to be CLARIFIED in this particular invalid declared, medical parole case. First and foremost a case of illegal parole was brought before the High Court of law. The case was instituted — by Damocratic Alliance, AgriForum and Helen Suzman Foundation against; BUT against who, Arthur Fraser or Jacob Zuma OR both?
The Helen Suzman Foundation is threatening to go to court to force the Judicial Service Commission (JSC) to hold new interviews for the chief justice post, the foundation has called the interview process, which was held last week, an 'abomination. There was question asked to Justice Mandisa Maya as to whether South Africa was ready for a woman Chief Justice which was and nobody cried foul about it.
Zuma lawyers argue that sending him back to jail is 'tantamount to a death sentence' The High Court in Pretoria has saved the choice to put previous president Jacob Zuma on clinical parole. The court pronounced previous Correctional Services chief Arthur Fraser's move 'unlawful'. The division has been requested to arrest Zuma back for him to continue carrying out his 15-month punishment.
Civil society organizations have slammed Tourism Minister Lindiwe Sisulu for her "attack" on the judiciary in a recent opinion piece. The Ahmed Kathrada Foundation, Council for the Advancement of the SA Constitution, Corruption Watch, Defend our Democracy Campaign, Freedom Under Law, Helen Suzman Foundation, and Judges Matter all condemned Sisulu in a joint statement on Wednesday.
The DA has spoke to previous president Jacob Zuma's allies to regard the North Gauteng High Court administering pronouncing his clinical parole invalid and saving it and requesting him to get back to jail. DA pioneer John Steenhuisen on Wednesday asked Zuma's allies not to rehash the terrible scenes that prompted boundless plundering of shops and left many individuals dead in KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng when he was imprisoned for a considerable length of time for scorn of a Constitutional Court request compelling him to show up before the commission of investigation into state catch.