Zandile Mafe, the man accused of burning down Parliament says his current conditions at Falkenberg are “unbearably inhumane”.
Journalists have been denied access to the bail application for Zandile Mafe. He’s the man who allegedly started the fire at Parliament.
Lawyers for Zandile Mafe. alleged Parliament arsonist, maintain that the 49-year-old man is being used as a scapegoat
Zandile Mafe faces several charges for the fire which erupted at a Parliament building and has been sent for a mental evaluation
EFF leader Julius Malema says citizens should be encouraged to take COVID-19 vaccinations, not forced into it.
‘If there is a bail application and he doesn’t get released, does that mean he will go on hunger strike until he dies?’ said the State.
Zandile Mafe, accused of burning down Parliament, returned to court on Tuesday morning – and it was an eventful session, to say the least.
Zandile Mafe faces charges over the fire which occurred at a Parliamentary building, and is expected to appear in court on Tuesday
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It was learnt that Paul Makaula, the suspect in the attack on the Constitutional Court building, is a parolee with a 2010 murder conviction
Parliament’s Presiding Officers have confirmed that a new venue has been selected for the SONA 2022 following the fire.
‘Grade one mentality and reasoning capacity,’ wrote one tweep after Dudu Zuma tweeted about why the Parliament fire may have been started.
‘A major contributing factor to the excessive heat and smoke encountered throughout the building was the open-latching of fire doors onto the fire escape staircases using small metal latches.’
The City of Cape Town has released its assessment findings on the Parliament fire – and there’s a lot to take in…
A preliminary report into the Parliament fire revealed that fire doors were open. There is also evidence that suggests the fire started in two different places.
Mafe’s neighbours from Langa said he liked to talk about current affairs and was against corruption. An ANC T-shirt was found among the belongings in his Khayelitsha home.
Carl Niehaus has threatened to take legal action after allegations that he has ‘close’ connections to Parliament fire accused Zandile Mafe.
Businessman Malcolm X is offering a R1 million reward for information that could lead to the arrest and conviction of the parliament arsonist.
The family of Zandile Mafe, the man accused of setting the parliamentary precinct alight, is speaking out over his arrest
The lawyer for Zandile Mafe, the sole suspect in the fire erupted at Parliament, maintains that the 49-year-old is innocent
‘They expected us to believe that Qalakabusha inmates killed Senzo Meyiwa. Picking a homeless guy doesn’t seem too far-fetched.’
“What interest would that poor man have in Parliament?” said Zandile Mafe’s lawyer. The accused is remanded in custody while investigations continue.
Minister Fikile Mbalula has agreed with the motion to move Parliament to Tshwane after a fire caused extensive damage to the buildings.
The state says the alleged Parliament arsonist was found with laptops and documents when he was arrested after the fire broke out on Sunday.