Gerrie Nel is ready to make the president’s son his next high-profile conviction
Gerrie Nel is going after the president’s son following a fatal collision in 2014
The saga continues…
The lawyers representing Gabriella Engels have presented their case to court in Pretoria
Support from concerned South Africans has continued to pour in for 20-year-old Gabriella Engels. Engels made the front page of many South African papers after claims that Zimbabwean First lady Grace Mugabe beat her with an extension cord. Since Grace Mugabe has left the country after being granted Diplomatic Immunity, some South Africans have taken […]
Now that Grace Mugabe has been granted diplomatic immunity, lobby group AfriForum have taken to protest outside the Pretoria North Magistrate’s court over “double standards” around local racism. Speaking outside the court on Wednesday, AfriForum chief executive Kallie Kriel made reference to the recent incident that saw a black couple assaulted by white men outside […]
Can Nel’s team snatch justice from the jaws of corruption?
EFF leader says something controversial, water is wet, etc…
The unit has been quietly preparing to catch a big fish.
The two organisations will submit similar complaints with other international governing bodies.
The organisation does not do its image any favours.
These Afrikaners have had enough.
Talk about a shitty situation.
The deputy CEO of a South African non-governmental organisation recently tweeted that close to 80% of personal income tax is contributed by 1.7 million individuals. But, as with most things to do with tax, the truth is not that simple.
A precedent-setting High Court ruling means South Africans ‘gatvol’ with government can now take care of their own basic service delivery issues and make the state pay for it.
AfriForum has finally got what they were after.
The department of sport and recreation’s Esethu Hasane has found himself on the receiving end of AfriForum’s wrath after seemingly mocking the Western Cape’s drought and making racially charged comments.
Gerrie Nel’s calling it a day.
The High Court in Bloemfontein has ruled in favour of AfriForum to stop a proposed change to the University of Free State’s current language policy.
According to Afriforum’s research, 62 farm murders were recorded in 270 farm attacks this year.
Whilst most people were attending the usual raft of Christmas parties and rushing around to get their shopping done, an in depth discussion on the state of politics in South Africa took place in the Hague under the banner of the SA Monitor organisation.
Way past midnight at a Limpopo fast food joint, everyone is in the wrong place at the wrong time.
In light of the farm protests of 2012 and news that more are yet to come, how far are we prepared to stretch the right to freedom of speech in the name of artistic expression?