Government respects the judiciary of the United Arab Emirates despite Cyril Karabus's ordeal, the deputy international relations minister has said.
Loud cheers echoed through the arrivals hall of the Cape Town International Airport as Cyril Karabus's plane touched down.
South African doctor Cyril Karabus still hopes to leave the United Arab Emirates on Thursday, despite an error on his visa.
South African doctor Cyril Karabus will probably leave the United Arab Emirates this week, his lawyer has said, after he received his passport.
South African doctor Cyril Karabus could get his passport back from the United Arab Emirates at the weekend, his lawyer said.
SA doctor Cyril Karabus has not received his passport after the United Arab Emirates cleared him to travel, says his lawyer.
South African doctor Cyril Karabus is waiting for his passport after the United Arab Emirates cleared him to travel, says his lawyer.
The UAE has lost its appeal against the acquittal of SA doctor Cyril Karabus, the department of international relations and co-operation has said.
Cyril Karabus will not return to SA this weekend as planned, because UAE authorities intend to appeal the ruling which cleared him of manslaughter
As his nightmare comes to a close, medical specialist Cyril Karabus has sent a message of thanks to the South African government.
The first words Cyril Karabus had said to his son in South Africa when he called to tell him the good news was: "Mikey, can you hear me? It's over."
South African Professor Cyril Karabus has been found not guilty after being tried for manslaughter and falsifying documents.
There has been a breakthrough in the matter of Professor Cyril Karabus, the international relations department said.
South Africa has appealed to the UAE to release Cyril Karabus on humanitarian grounds, the International Relations and Co-operation department said.
The 77-year-old medical specialist, who is being tried in Abu Dhabi for the death of a patient under his care, has made a court appearance.
The family of medical specialist Cyril Karabus, who is being tried in Abu Dhabi for the death of a young patient, have to raise R240 000 for his bail.
For Michael Karabus to see his 77-year-old father being brought into a courtroom in Abu Dhabi last week with shackles on his legs was heartbreaking.