Andre Grobler

Court hears decision on Zuma’s case is reviewable

A 2009 decision to discontinue the legal prosecution of President Jacob Zuma was reviewable, the Supreme Court of Appeal heard.

ANC thanks Mangaung for successful centenary bash

The ANC has thanked the municipality of Mangaung in the Free State for hosting the party's centenary celebrations and making it a "runaway success".

Judgment reserved in Selebi appeal

The Supreme Court of Appeal has reserved judgment in the corruption appeal hearing of former national police commissioner Jackie Selebi.

Selebi appeal argument concludes on the first day

Defence lawyers for former national police chief Jackie Selebi have completed their presentation to the Supreme Court of Appeal.

AU could’ve wrapped up Libya conflict: Mbeki

Former president Thabo Mbeki says the Libyan conflict could've been stopped sooner if the western world had listened to African leaders.

Sixty arrested in UFS campus protest

Sixty people have been arrested at an illegal protest against UFS rector Jonathan Jansen for banning political campaigning by SRC candidates.

Lindley killers guilty of murdering farmer’s family

The men accused of murdering Free State farmer Attie Potgieter, his wife Wilma and their two-year-old daughter Wilmien have been found guilty.

Reitz Four wait on sentence-appeal ruling

Judgment was reserved on Monday in an appeal by the Reitz Four against their sentences.

Zuma: ‘The work for democracy is going on’

ANC leaders flew into the Northern Cape on Saturday and danced and sang with a Kimberley crowd, while critising "small" parties.

Malema plays nationalisation card at election rally

Citizens cannot complain about the lack of service delivery while watering the lawn in front of a RDP house, Juliusm Malema said on Saturday.

Zuma promises to sort out candidate lists later

President Jacob Zuma told unhappy ANC members in Bloemfontein on Thursday to vote for the ANC and problems would be sorted out later.

Court warned against bail for Ficksburg accused

A court was told on Tuesday of a possible angry backlash by the Ficksburg community if eight cops accused of beating Andries Tatane to death get bail.

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