Malesela Teffo barred from roll of advocates, can no longer practice law Julius Malema planted the seed that would later cost this gentleman his job! Stats SA can now add one more person on the unemployment list sponsored by Malema and that Gucci revolution Party of Red Sandton Pan Africanists
Source: https://www.iol.co.za/the-star/news/julius-malema-sues-kenny-kunene-for-r1m-for-calling-him-a-cockroach-ce8e239a-4c00-41ee-974c-f50cb2b7522a Kenny Kunene was called a "cockroach" by Julius Malema, who sued him for R1 million. In the case concerning Malema and Kunene's cockroach remark, the Equality Court in Johannesburg heard additional arguments yesterday. Malema asserts in court papers that Kunene's analogy of a cockroach from a television interview last year proves that Kunene thinks less of him than a cockroach.
Yesterday, the Equality Court in Johannesburg heard further arguments in the case involving Malema and Kunene's cockroach remark. Malema claims in court documents that Kunene's cockroach analogy from a televised interview last year demonstrates that Kunene considers him beneath human decency. It was reported that a small group of PA supporters in green regalia were spotted singing and chanting Struggle songs in support of one of their leaders.
Malema and Kunene's argument about the cockroach comment was back in Johannesburg's Equality Court yesterday. Malema says in court papers that Kunene called him a "cockroach" in a TV interview last year, which means that Kunene thinks he deserves to be treated badly. A small group of PA supporters were seen wearing their green regalia and singing and chanting Struggle songs in support of one of its leaders.
The decision that French referee Mathieu Raynal made that cost Australia the victory over New Zealand was described as "clear cut" by the player for the All Blacks, Ian Foster. Australia's head coach, Dave Rennie, stated that he had never seen a call like the one that Raynal made.
Source: https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.insider.com/richest-pets-in-the-world-2018-11%3famp It's been done many times over the years to make a pretty large gesture by leaving millions of dollars to a pet. Here are eight pets who received significant inheritances from their owners, ranging from wealthy dogs who own villas to a cat who strolled with millions after its owner passed away.