Vusumzi Pothelwa was given a life sentence by the Western Cape High Court for the murder of his daughter Kwezi Mtshengu.
The seven individuals accused of fraud of R3.5 billion at Tongaat Hullets will soon be heading to the High Court.
The High Court in Polokwane handed down a lengthy sentence to 21-year-old Mehlodi Baloyi for the rapes of four victims.
An ‘unfortunate development’ has postponed the case against Busisiwe Mkhwebane as parties are seeking clarity regarding it.
King Zwelithini’s wife has lost her application seeking to inherit half of the Zulu leader’s estate in the High Court.
An outraged Carl Niehaus has slammed the High Court ruling ultimately sending Jacob Zuma back to prison as ‘unjust’ and ‘vindictive’.
The Constitutional Court is due to test the common law against the constitution the right to bury foetus on Thursday.
Former Gauteng Health MEC Bandile Masuku, on Monday, failed in his bid to challenge the SIU report into PPE irregularities.
Gunmen went on a killing spree, robbing and murdering two clergymen in separate incidents while the preachers were with prostitutes in their vehicles.
A Durban-based corruption crusader has been waging a determined battle to get UKZN to release the findings of an internal report into the ‘medical places for sale’ matter.
The court set aside the report, but the cost order has been dismissed.
While the Department of Basic Education agreed that there will be no matric rewrite, it did say other aspects of the judgement must be challenged.
The Gauteng High Court in Pretoria, in a detailed judgement, said the public protector’s report ‘fails at every point’.
In a ‘landmark judgement’, Eskom has been granted the authority to interrupt or terminate electricity supply to defaulting customers.
The Johannesburg High Court has determined on Monday 3 August that children found guilty of cannabis possession cannot be incarcerated
Judge Hlophe accused the City of Cape Town of acting “without care for human dignity”, ordering them to rebuild the Hangberg resident’s home.
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The Gauteng High Court has, on Tuesday 2 June, declared the lockdown regulations promulgated by Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma unconstitutional.
Voice of the Unborn Baby will challenge the constitution at the Gauteng High Court, to establish parents’ right to bury a foetus.
The former Deputy National Director of Public Prosecutions wanted her job back with benefits.
Myeni’s new legal team have applied for a case postponement.
Peter Moyo: “I am entitled to claim in accordance with my contract”.
The Chief Justice revealed that they were going to modernise the courts.
CPS was instructed to pay back the money with interest that would backdate to 2014.