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14 September 2017 7:59 AM Spy tapes: What you need to know

The controversial spy tapes case is back in court today after a decision was made in April 2016 by a full bench of the North Gauteng High Court that the National Prosecuting Authority’s (NPA) decision not to prosecute President Jacob Zuma on corruption charges was irrational. Today Zuma and the NPA’s arguments are being heard and the matter will then roll over to tomorrow 42

11 September 2017 7:52 PM State capture report, spy tapes court battles to be heard this week

Cape Town - The Pretoria High Court will on Tuesday and Wednesday hear President Jacob Zuma's challenge to former Public Protector Thuli Madonsela's report on state capture, while later in the week the latest round in the spy tapes court battle will play out in the Supreme Court of Appeal. Zuma has taken Madonsela's "State of Capture" report, which shed light 157

21 August 2017 6:05 PM Sasol prepares for tax battle

Johannesburg - Sasol could potentially end up with a R12.8bn tax bill, but the petrochemicals group believes it has an excellent chance of having it set aside. The hefty bill emerged due to Sasol subsidiary Sasol Oil’s dispute with the South African Revenue Service (SARS) over international oil acquisitions from 2005 to 2014 at its Natref oil refinery 33

07 August 2017 2:38 PM No unknown DNA found at #VanBreda crime scene: expert

Twenty-two-year-old Henri van Breda is currently on trial for allegedly murdering his mother, father and older brother on January 27, 2015. His sister Marli, who was 16 years old at the time, survived the attack. Van Breda has claimed that a laughing, axe-wielding intruder, wearing gloves, a balaclava and dark clothing, was behind the brutal attack 129

23 June 2017 11:43 AM SCA judgment on Van Breda broadcast welcomed

The Supreme Court of Appeal on Thursday ruled that a request to broadcast a criminal case should be decided by the trial court on a case-by-case basis after a proper application has been brought before it. “The minister welcomes the balancing act demonstrated by the SCA in terms of a right to a fair trial versus media freedom and the right to know, as well as the jurisprudence 25

09 June 2017 7:50 PM Ntlemeza's bid to return to work dismissed by SCA

The former head of the Directorate for Priority Crime Investigation (the Hawks) wanted to be reinstated while his application for leave to appeal was considered. Ntlemeza had appealed against the North Gauteng High Court’s decision which found that his appointment was unlawful. He was declared unfit to hold any public office. The Helen Suzman Foundation 33

09 June 2017 2:53 PM Ntlemeza’s bid to return as Hawks boss dismissed by SCA

The Supreme Court of Appeal (SCA) on Friday dismissed Berning Ntlemeza’s bid to return as head of the Hawks pending his finalisation of an application for leave to appeal filed in the same court. The SCA also ordered Ntlemeza to pay the costs of this application‚ including the costs of two counsel‚ out of his own pocket. In March‚ the high court in Pretoria 41

05 May 2017 2:27 PM High Court dismisses RTIA's leave to appeal traffic fine judgment

Pretoria - The North Gauteng High Court in Pretoria on Friday morning dismissed the Road Traffic Infringement Agency's (RTIA) application for leave to appeal its earlier judgment that the agency acted unlawfully in its handling of numerous traffic fines. The RTIA was ordered to pay the costs of the application, Justice Project South Africa said in a statement 30

03 May 2017 8:33 AM ‘I feel inadequate and have low self-esteem‚’ Ntlemeza tells SCA

An attorney for suspended Hawks boss Major General Berning Ntlemeza has told the Supreme Court of Appeal (SCA) in Bloemfontein that the North Gauteng High Court did not have the jurisdiction to grant an order to remove him from office. Comfort Ngidi made the comment in an application for leave to appeal filed with the SCA late last month. The application 25

27 April 2017 1:14 PM Eyewitness News — Van Breda, NDPP granted leave to appeal live coverage ruling

CAPE TOWN - Triple-murder accused Henri van Breda and the National Director of Public Prosecutions (NDPP) have been granted leave to appeal a High Court ruling relating to the broadcasting of his trial. Van Breda and the NDPP, however, filed an urgent application at the Constitutional Court to appeal the ruling, but the court dismissed the matter 21