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Deputy Justice Minister John Jeffery says while there is a way to get the Master’s Office running efficiently, he does not believe it has suffered a complete collapse.
The ANC has announced its intention to appeal the recent ruling of the SCA in the Ezulweni matter. The SCA upheld a decision of the Gauteng High Court (Johannesburg), which found the party liable for over R100m in damages for a contract for the supply and installation of election banners.
Shoprite says it has dealt a major blow against crime over the past three years, securing over 1 700 years of prison time – including 24 life sentences – for criminals.
Mysterious anonymous investors from Limpopo, Saudi Arabia and the UAE, as well as one of Botswana’s richest politicians, are allegedly all separately poised to spend hundreds of millions of rands to save and take control of the controversial Habib Overseas Bank.
Former debt collector Zane Kilian yesterday submitted a 20-page affidavit with 218 annexures in the Western Cape High Court that makes sensational claims in support of his latest bail application.
Members of the Boko Haram gang in Khayelitsha broke away at some point and formed another gang, The Guptas. These two rival gangs have been responsible for extreme violence in areas across Cape Town.
In what a Business Day report calls a rare victory, a company’s creditor was given authorisation to bring an application against its directors to declare them unfit and personally liable in a trial involving more than R400m from an alleged unpaid load.
Khandani Msibi, the CEO of the investment arm of the National Union of Metalworkers of SA (Numsa), has embarked on a new strategy to force the end of the curatorship of 3Sixty Life, the underwriter owned by Numsa Investment Company's Doves Group Holdings (DGH), reports Fin24.
Justice & Correctional Services Minister Ronald Lamola has issued a warning to officials who are helping inmates to smuggle cellphones and other contraband into correctional centres after almost 21 000 cellphones were confiscated between April and October this year.
A resident of Kenton-on-Sea in the Eastern Cape has taken on the owners of a guest house next to her property, claiming they are intruding on her privacy as they have a full view over her property.
The SCA has ruled against the ANC in a R102m election banner dispute, reports GroundUp. The court says the ANC contracted KZN based Ezulweni Investments to procure the banners for the May 2019 general elections.
Paul Ngobeni, one-time adviser to disgraced former Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane and author of a controversial column for sacked Minister Lindiwe Sisulu, withdrew his application to be admitted to the Bar in the Western Cape High Court on Friday.
The Gauteng High Court (Johannesburg) on Friday ruled that a man should not get the R610 000 back after he gave it to his girlfriend in an attempt to hide the money from his wife, who he was considering divorcing.
The conduct of the Road Accident Fund (RAF) and its CEO, Collins Letsoalo, has been slammed in a Gauteng High Court (Pretoria) judgment, including the manner in which it has refused to abide by valid court orders.
The owner of the sushi outlet, Nuri Sushi, will finally have exclusive and sole administration rights over the business’s Facebook social media page following a court battle.