Pietermaritzburg High Court Judge Piet Koen has conceded previous president Jacob Zuma's application to suspend his arms bargain preliminary until the following month, to permit the Supreme Court of Appeal President Mandisa Maya to settle on his reexamination application. Koen reported that May 17, 2022 would be planned for as a holding date for the continuation of the case, and in the event that the reevaluation application at the SCA was not concluded by then, the preliminary will reconvene so another date can be fixed.
Amidst the lockdown, South African courts will operate to a limited extent to deal with urgent matters during the lock down period. On Monday, the President, Cyril Ramaphosa, announced a nationwide lock down for 21 days to curb the spread of the Corona virus (Covid-19). The lockdown will be effective from midnight on Thursday. Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng, has issued directives on how the courts will operate in light of COVID-19. “The Chief Justice has, in terms of section 165 of the Constitution and sec
Agreeable Governance and Traditional Affairs Minister Dr Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma has again broadened the public condition of calamity because of the Covid-19 pandemic.She recently expanded the public condition of calamity until tomorrow.It will now go on until May 15, as indicated by a notification distributed in the Government Gazette on Wednesday.