https://www.sabcnews.com/sabcnews/former-president-jacob-zumas-corruption-case-back-in-court/ Today former president Jacob Zuma is expected to make a court appearance at the Pietermaritzburg High Court in relation with his ongoing fraud and corruption case. But the case is ecpected to be postponed once again and you will learn why. Jacob Zuma is currently awaiting the outcome of his application for reconsideration to Judge Mandisa Maya, President of Supreme Court of Appeal.
https://ewn.co.za/2022/05/17/zuma-corruption-case-postponed-pending-outcome-of-sca-ruling-on-special-plea?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter JOHANNESBURG - The debasement argument against previous President Jacob Zuma has been delayed forthcoming the result of his endeavors to pursue the High Court's decision on his unique request. Zuma moved toward Supreme Court of Appeal Judge President Mandisa Maya last month with expectations of inspiring her to reevaluate his application for pass on to pursue the High Court's excusal of his unique request.
DURBAN - FORMER president Jacob Zuma’s prison group is predicted in courtroom nowadays as discussions will once more flip to the previous president’s request to have state endorse Billy Downer recused from the case. Last month, Pietermaritzburg High Court Judge Piet Koen adjourned Zuma’s fingers deal trial, to allow Supreme Court of Appeal (SCA) Judge President Mandisa Maya to determine on his reconsideration software.
DURBAN - FORMER president Jacob Zuma's lawful group is normal in court today as conversations will again go to the previous president's solicitation to have state advocate Billy Downer recused from the case. Last month, Pietermaritzburg High Court Judge Piet Koen dismissed Zuma's arms bargain preliminary, to permit Supreme Court of Appeal (SCA) Judge President Mandisa Maya to settle on his reexamination application.
https://www.iol.co.za/capeargus/news/protex-packaging-supreme-court-of-appeal-upholds-advertising-bodys-constitutional-rights-567868e5-fcd3-43fd-b698-7ca6bfc0fd48?utm_term=Autofeed&utm_medium=Social&utm_source=Twitter#Echobox=1650382203 Cape Town - The Supreme Court of Appeal (SCA) has maintained the power of the Advertising Regulatory Board (ARB) to mediate on grievances by individuals that are additionally restricting on non-individuals. In December 2019, Colgate held up a grumbling with the ARB in regards to Bliss Brands (BB) Securex cleanser for what it viewed as an impersonation in the engineering of its Protex cleanser bundling.
The Nelson Mandela burial service misrepresentation case is taking another turn after one of the denounced, the suspended WB Rubusana locale seat Pumlani Mkolo, didn't get what he needed. This is considering Mkolo requesting of the Supreme Court of Appeal on Wednesday against a choice by judge Igna Stretch's refusal to recuse herself for the situation.
https://ewn.co.za/2022/05/11/display-of-old-sa-flag-is-nostalgia-for-apartheid-ngcukaitobi-tells-court?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter The Nelson Mandela Foundation says the presentation of the old South African banner addresses a sentimentality for politically-sanctioned racial segregation. The Supreme Court of Appeal has been hearing a bid from AfriForum to topple an Equality Court administering proclaiming showcases of the banner to be can't stand discourse.
OPINION| AfriForum should display the old flag in their bedrooms because its clear that they like it
The Supreme Court of Appeal (SCA) in Bloemfontein will on Wednesday hear arguments by Afriforum in an attempt to legalise the display of the 1928 apartheid flag. We are in this mess because of two reasons; I blame that weak constitution that was negotiated at CODESA itt's that pipe dream Mandela sold to us about a Rainbow Nation that Rainbow faded long time ago, its time AfriForum takes their people and that flag and go Htch Hike a lift at the nearest Harbor back to Europe we wil not be held hostage by people who become South Africans by default.
The Nelson Mandela funeral fraud case is taking a new twist after one of the accused, the suspended WB Rubusana region chair Pumlani Mkolo, did not get what he wanted. This is in light of Mkolo petitioning the Supreme Court of Appeal on Wednesday against a decision by judge Igna Stretch’s refusal to recuse herself in the case.
A Limpopo judge was blasted for calling a witness evidence as shit,and he was accused of using unacceptable and offensive language in a Court of law. The Supreme Court of Appeal condemned High Court Judge President Ephraim Makgoba for using offensive language in a court of law.
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.
Home Affairs minister Aaron Motsoaledi has been dragged back to court in a case were his department could foot out R600 million. In his statement welcoming the judgment, an “ecstatic” Motsoaledi said that the R1.5bn contract to digitise the department’s records was awarded to three companies New Dawn Technologies, Valor IT and Ideco.
Ace Magashule still wants the charges against him for the asbestos case dropped. Magashule faces fraud and corruption charges in connection with the R255 million asbestos project. For that reason, he has been on suspension and has since launched another effort to have the charges dropped. He has been out of work since last year after refusing bro step aside after he was audited for a 2014 tender valued at R255 million and he was found to have misused the funds.
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.
The vendors recently gave a letter of interest requesting Agrizzi to take care of R91 million. The most recent advancements come after a critical Supreme Court of Appeal (SCA) triumph for the outlets delegated in 2019 to wrap up Bosasa's issues. Their most considerable work had been actually ended for almost two years by a High Court deciding that found they had acted unlawfully in permitting a closeout of Bosasa's resources to continue in December 2019.
The Jacob Zuma Foundation says the previous president will be pursuing private prosecution against Advocate Billy Downer's involvement in his trial. This follows failed criminal challenges which have been the point of interest of Zuma’s felony group in opposition to Downer who he insisted would be biased against him if allowed to retain as lead prosecutor within the case.
As Jacob Zuma and French fingers organization Thales go back to the Pietermaritzburg High Court on Monday, which is supposed to be the begin of the fingers deal trial, the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) said it's far worried by means of the former president’s delaying processes.
Shamila Batohi, the prosecutor in charge of the case, has received a letter from Jacob Zuma's lawyers requesting the removal of main prosecutor Billy Downer from the upcoming corruption trial. It was eight days before the Supreme Court of Appeal (SCA) rejected Zuma's latest attempt to remove Downer from office through a so-called "special plea" that the Ntanga Nkuhlu Inc Attorneys delivered Batohi a seven-page letter.
Prosecutor Advocate Billy Downer has been named as the target of a private prosecution by former South African President Jacob Zuma. The foundation was speaking to the media about the decisions made by Zuma in relation to his corruption trial, which is slated to begin in Pietermaritzburg High Court on April 11.