Thembakazi Dyamani, 29, did not dispute the rape allegation as she claimed she was too drunk that day to remember what happened.
An SAPS Organised Crime officer and her husband, head of security for Shepherd Bushiri, face corruption charges linked to an alleged rape.
A court interdict stopped the EC Education Department from implementing the R538 million contract. The tablets must still be returned.
A large quantity of fake 3M masks was also recovered during the raid that led to the seizure of thousands of fake Covid-19 vaccine doses in a Gauteng warehouse
Gunmen went on a killing spree, robbing and murdering two clergymen in separate incidents while the preachers were with prostitutes in their vehicles.
Estimates suggest that there are between 12,000 to 20,000 drivers in South Africa using the Uber app could benefit from the lawsuit.
Estelle Burgess swindled the grand sum of R13,4 million over a period of ten years while she worked as a creditor’s clerk
Three suspects were sentenced to 16 years in jail for kidnapping a University of the Freestate student and holding him against his will to manufacture drugs.
The two organizations say they are seeking to prevent the ‘potential abuse of government power’ as it relates to the buying and distribution of Covid-19 vaccines.
Maboe was initially expected to appear in the magistrate’s court on Tuesday regarding a protection order. Here’s why it didn’t materialise.
The Labour Court has dismissed Heathfield High School Principal Wesley Neumann’s attempt to halt his disciplinary proceedings with the WCED.
A pensioner lost his home and his only source of income when the KwaDukuza Municipality expropriated the land for low-cost housing.
Mohammadh Sayed has pressed charges against Dr Abdulhay Munshi and his colleague Prof Peter Beale, after his 10-year-old son died just hours after a medical procedure
Could the government suffer another shock defeat with regards to their lockdown laws? A new court case might, once again, invalidate our State of Disaster.
Fighting against the spread of the coronavirus could throw our courts and their processes into doubt, as the Chief Justice prepares to address the nation.