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Musa Dladla ANC Regional Officials have arrived in Bloemfontein to support former President Zuma

A South African court has allowed former President Jacob Zuma to appeal a ruling that ordered him back to jail after being released in September on medical parole, meaning he will be able to spend Christmas at home. The legal processes against him for alleged corruption during his nine-year reign are widely viewed as a test of post-apartheid South Africa's ability to enforce the rule of law, in particular against powerful, well-connected people.

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Musa Dladla ANC Regional Officials have arrived in Bloemfontein to support former President Zuma

JUSTICE

Advocate Dali Mpofu today is representing another ANC bigwig in court

Former President of the Republic of South Africa JacobZuma's legal team led by Advocate Dali Mpofu are at the Supreme Court of Appeals for his appeal application on his medical parole which was declared unlawful by the high Court. The groups, Democratic Alliances , Afriforum, FUL, IRR and Judge Matojane of the North Gauteng High Court are all in agreement that Arthur Fraser's decision is irrational based on a reducted report.

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Advocate Dali Mpofu today is representing another ANC bigwig in court

JUSTICE

Look Who Was Spotted Arriving For Jacob Zuma's Medical Parole Appeal This Morning | See This

Earlier this morning (Monday 15 August), former South African President Jacob Zuma's legal representation approached the Supreme Court of Appeal, this comes after the South African High Court decided to declare Jacob Zuma's medical parole unlawful, and the former South African President's legal team approached the Supreme Court of Appeal to appeal the High Court's decision against the medical parole.

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Look Who Was Spotted Arriving For Jacob Zuma's Medical Parole Appeal This Morning | See This

ENTERTAINMENT

Meet Mzansi celebrities who went to jail for killing their partners

Occasionally relationships take a considerably more sinister turn, leading to the death of one or both parties. After that, the general population is perplexed as to how things became so gloomy. Here are some examples of once-promising pairings that met tragically fatal ends. 1. Pitch Black Afro

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Meet Mzansi celebrities who went to jail for killing their partners

JUSTICE

Ronaldo Lamola Welcomes The Concourt Decision.

https://ewn.co.za/2022/08/03/justice-minister-lamola-welcomes-concourt-ruling-on-legal-practice-act?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter JOHANNESBURG - Justice Minister Ronald Lamola has invited the Constitutional Court's choice not to affirm a decision that had pronounced the Legal Practice Act illegal. The case was brought by two Lesotho residents, who in spite of having effectively finished their regulation degrees and their articles in South Africa, couldn't be conceded because of the demonstration's arrangements.

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Ronaldo Lamola Welcomes The Concourt Decision.

JUSTICE

Woman fired after challenging "No high heels" at work rule

Most women would allude to the fact that they feel confident when they wear high heels. It is not surprising that when a company launched a "No high heels" ay work rule, one woman challenged the controversial rule. In 2015, Tharisa Minerals, whose core asset is Tharisa Mine, adopted a policy and procedure covering issues of health and safety at the mine and one of the clauses was that “appropriate shoes must be worn at all times.

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Woman fired after challenging

OTHERS

Breaking: Court Set New Dates for the Review of Zimbabwe Exemption Permit Case - Simba Chitando

The people of Zimbabwe might be feeling a little bit of relief following the recent report which says that the Court has fixed new dates for the hearing of lawsuit filed against the South African Home Affairs by beneficiaries of Zimbabwe exemption permit. The permit holders were issued the document in 2018 with with an expiration period of four years, but ever since the permit ended Zimbabweans who benefitted from the initiative no longer wants to leave as stipulated in the document.

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Breaking: Court Set New Dates for the Review of Zimbabwe Exemption Permit Case - Simba Chitando

SOCIETY

An alleged CIT gang member was caught with his AK-47 on a bus

(Picture of suspect) The South African Police Service (SAPS) members have secured the successful arrest of a male suspect and he was found in possession of a high calibre firearm and ammunition, he is currently detained in jail awaiting his court appearance. According to the Flyingnewslive news report, earlier today, Monday, 1 August 2022 the South African Police Service (SAPS) members received a tip-off from an anonymous source about a suspicious male holding a red bag, police followed up on this information and spotted the suspect on a bus.

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An alleged CIT gang member was caught with his AK-47 on a bus

OTHERS

Ronaldo Lamola Welcomes The Concourt Decision.

JOHANNESBURG - Justice Minister Ronald Lamola has welcomed the Constitutional Court's decision not to certify a choice that had articulated the Legal Practice Act unlawful. The case was brought by two Lesotho occupants, who notwithstanding having actually completed their guideline degrees and their articles in South Africa, couldn't be yielded in view of the show's plans. In September, the Bloemfontein High Court found on the side of themselves, articulating the critical region invalid. Nevertheless, in a choice

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Ronaldo Lamola Welcomes The Concourt Decision.

JUSTICE

Ace Magashule Suffers Another Major Defeat In Court, Check Out What The ANC said

Date: 10/08/2022 The Constitutional Court said there is no chance of success. Ace Magashule's attempt to get his suspension from the ruling African National Congress (ANC) overturned was dealt a setback. The Constitutional Court (ConCourt) turned down Magashule's request to appeal his suspension on Wednesday, saying that he had no chance of winning.

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Ace Magashule Suffers Another Major Defeat In Court, Check Out What The ANC said

JUSTICE

Tavern owner goes down for murder

Pontsho Mohlanka, 29, at Palm Ridge Magistrate Court It was the tears of two protagonists, convicted triple murderer Pontsho Mohlanka and the assassin who killed her, Warrant Officer Vuyo Mzazi, that attracted the audience's attention. Mohlanka, a tavern owner in Orange Farm, south of Johannesburg, was found guilty yesterday of the triple homicides of Simphiwe Mgcina, 6, and Mpho Makondo, 8, in September 2020, and Mzwandile Zitho, 5, barely five months later..

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Tavern owner goes down for murder

JUSTICE

Zandile Gumede's Co-Accused Due To Resume In Court.

https://ewn.co.za/2022/08/01/corruption-case-against-zandile-gumede-co-accused-due-to-resume-in-court?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter DURBAN - The extortion and defilement instance of previous eThekwini city chairman, Zandile Gumede, and 21 co-denounced is once again at the Durban High Court on Monday morning. The gathering has to deal with penalties connected to the inconsistencies around a Durban strong waste delicate worth over R320 million.

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Zandile Gumede's Co-Accused Due To Resume In Court.

POLITICS

Zuma Corruption Trial resumes but Jacob Zuma won't attend it

Former President of the Republic of South Africa and African National Congress Jacob Zuma's corruption case is back in the High Court in Pietermaritzburg on Monday. This corruption case against former president Jacob Zuma but not him only instead, he is with French arms company Thales. Both company and former president were due to come before Judge Piet Koen in the Pietermaritzburg High Court again today.The case is linked to South Africa's multi-billion rand arms deal in 1999.

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Zuma Corruption Trial resumes but Jacob Zuma won't attend it

POLITICS

ConCourt: Barring Foreign Nationals From Being Admitted To Legal Profession Not Unconstitutional

It is about timcourts t South Africa stamps its rule when it comes to the issue of immigration. Foreigners have been way too comfortable in this country to the point where they think that they deserve even more than what South Africans are getting. They think that South Africa is their home and they forgot that they are just visitors to this country.

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ConCourt: Barring Foreign Nationals From Being Admitted To Legal Profession Not Unconstitutional

JUSTICE

Here Are 4 Demands Made By Adv Teffo In Order For Him To Return To The Senzo Meyiwa Murder Case

Defence lawyer who quit Meyiwa trial returns with list of demands. Adv Teffo Malesela had sent a long list of demands to the State Prosecutor and the High Court, in order for him to continue working towards the Senzo Meyiwa Murder Case. The long list includes : 1.

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Here Are 4 Demands Made By Adv Teffo In Order For Him To Return To The Senzo Meyiwa Murder Case

JUSTICE

Cyril Ramaphosa Appoints Justice Mandisa To Constitutional Court

According to Ramaphosa, Justice Maya's ascent to the Supreme Court would go about as an uplifting sign for extraordinary numerous young women. President Cyril Ramaphosa has named Justice Mandisa Muriel Lindelwa Maya, the continuous President of the Supreme Court of Appeal, as South Africa's Deputy Chief Justice.

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Cyril Ramaphosa Appoints Justice Mandisa To Constitutional Court

JUSTICE

Foreign Nationals Cannot Be Admitted As Lawyers Declared Constitutional Court :SEE Lawyers Reaction

The constitutional court has declared that foreign nationals in South Africa cannot be admitted as lawyer to practice law in the country. In September 2021, the Free State High Court declared section 24(4) of the Legal practice Act 28 of 2014 Unconstitutional and invalid.

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Foreign Nationals Cannot Be Admitted As Lawyers Declared Constitutional Court :SEE Lawyers Reaction

JUSTICE

Look at what Teff claimed happened to him prior to his alleged U-turn in the Senzo murder case

Another astonishing U-turn by Malesela Teffo, the prosecutor in the Senzo Meyiwa murder prosecution. On July 12, Teffo told the North Gauteng High Court in Tshwane, South Africa, that he would no longer be representing the first four defendants. This came as a surprise to the court.

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Look at what Teff claimed happened to him prior to his alleged U-turn in the Senzo murder case

JUSTICE

Foreign nationals dealt another blow after Constitutional Court shut the door on them

The Constitutional Court has ruled that non-citizens of this country are not permitted to be admitted as legal practitioners in South Africa. The court overturned an earlier ruling that had declared the Legal Practice Act unconstitutional, where it only allowed South African citizens or permanent residents to be admitted as lawyers.

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Foreign nationals dealt another blow after Constitutional Court shut the door on them

JUSTICE

The South African Judiciary Aims to take trial to online

ABOUT COURT ONLINE AN OVERVIEW OF THE SYSTEM The OCJ is in the process of developing and implementing COURT ONLINE (an advanced cloud -based collaboration solution); that is aimed at providing a platform for Law Firms (LFs) / Litigants to file documents to the Courts electronically (E-Filing) over the Internet from anywhere.

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The South African Judiciary Aims to take trial to online