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04 December 2018 11:18 AM Court turns down Moyane's bid to have Trengove recused

Former SARS boss Tom Moyane has failed in his bid to have Wim Trengove, SC recused from representing Judge Robert Nugent in a case where Moyane is challenging the powers of the inquiry that led to his dismissal. Nugent, who is heading the Commission of Inquiry into SARS, is one of the eight respondents in the matter being heard in the North Gauteng High Court 27

04 December 2018 11:01 AM Hate speech: Court gives Edward Zuma 'one last chance' to pay up or face possible arrest

Edward Zuma has until January 22 to pay the outstanding balance owed in his hate speech case, or he will face an arrest warrant for contempt of court. The South African Human Rights Commission has asked that Zuma be arrested and held in contempt of court for failing to fully honour a settlement agreement, made by order of the Equality Court, relating 34

04 December 2018 5:04 AM De Lille back for GOOD? Splinter parties and where they are now

Patricia de Lille isn't the first politician who thought it was a GOOD idea to start a new party after an acrimonious departure. Five parties currently represented in Parliament started after its leader left or was kicked out of one - including one of the more established parties. Back in 1996, Bantu Holomisa, then Deputy Minister of Environment and Tourism 36

03 December 2018 2:28 PM Sierra Leone disqualified from African Nations Cup

Cairo - Sierra Leone have been disqualified from the 2019 African Cup of Nations qualifying competition, the Confederation of African Football (CAF) said on Monday. Football's world governing body FIFA had suspended the Sierra Leone Football Association (SLFA) in October due to "government interference". CAF's decision means Kenya and Ghana are assured 20

29 November 2018 3:22 AM Cheryl Carolus to testify at Zondo commission

Former SAA chairperson Cheryl Carolus is expected to testify at the commission of inquiry into state capture chaired by Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo on Thursday. Advocate Paul Pretorius, who confirmed the former ANC deputy secretary general as the next witness, estimated that her testimony would only take "one day". During her testimony Carolus 33

28 November 2018 8:17 AM LIVE: State capture inquiry continues, former mineral resources minister takes the stand

The judicial commission of inquiry into state capture continues as new witnesses, including former department of mineral resources minister Ngoako Ramatlhodi, take the stand. Advocate Pretorius sayd the legal team takes full responsibility for not having full set of papers before him. Apologises on behalf of legal time.Zondo says it's unacceptable to not have the statement 33

27 November 2018 10:00 AM WATCH: Crash tests, 'zero-star cars' in SA

The latest crash test results in the #SaferCarsForAfrica campaign, released by Global NCAP and Automobile Association earlier in November, has revealed that Nissan's NP300 "Hardbody" received a zero-star safety rating. Global NCAP Secretary General, David Ward, and AA South Africa CEO, Collins Khumalo, have written to the UN Economic Commission for Africa 25

27 November 2018 5:13 AM Khabib adds fire to Mayweather bout flame

Moscow - Reigning UFC lightweight champion Khabib Nurmagomedov said on Monday his potential fight with undefeated boxer Floyd Mayweather Jr. would be twice as interesting as Conor McGregor's bout with the American. "Our fight will be twice as interesting. Two unbeaten fighters, it will be interesting to see which one falls or takes a step back," he said in a press 21

23 November 2018 8:41 AM MDC's Chamisa expected before Motlanthe commission on Monday – reports

Zimbabwean opposition leader Nelson Chamisa is reportedly now expected to appear before the Kgalema Motlanthe commission probing the August 1 post-election violence on Monday. According to New Zimbabwe.com, the Movement for Democratic Change leader had previously been expected to appear before the commission this week, but he failed to show up. Several 39

22 November 2018 4:30 PM Scuffle as opposition MPs removed from Zimbabwe's parliament

Police in Zimbabwe have forcibly removed some opposition members of parliament after they refused to stand up for President Emmerson Mnangagwa. Parliamentary speaker Jacob Mudenda on Thursday asked the opposition members to leave the chamber, accusing them of disrespect. When they refused, he called in the police and scuffles ensued. Opposition MDC party 43