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Emsie Ferreira

Iqbal Sharma’s brother-in-law granted bail in Free State farming case

Dinesh Patel appeared on the same charges that have seen Sharma denied bail and the prosecuting authority seek the extradition of the Gupta brothers

Magashule says ANC & co only responded to his arguments in part

The suspended secretary general insists that his deputy lacked the designation to serve notice on him

Gumede graft trial likely to begin only in July next year

The state has added racketeering to the charges faced by the former eThekwini mayor and 21 others, but logistics are likely to delay their trial until mid-2022

Judicial panel continuing deliberations on Mogoeng’s appeal in Israel matter

The outgoing chief justice has refused an instruction to apologise for his comment on South Africa’s foreign policy and maintained that his office did not bar him from voicing his religious views

Glencore chief executive rejects Molefe’s alternative state capture narrative

It was preposterous to imagine Glencore banked on Ramaphosa to help Eskom bow to its coal-price hike demands, Clinton Ephron told the Zondo commission

Zuma says the state lacks legitimate standing to charge him

The former president argues that the National Prosecuting Authority is so deeply compromised that it cannot lawfully lead evidence against him

SAA will have a strategic equity partner by August, says public enterprises department

The airline’s outstanding government guaranteed debt is R6.4-million and the treasury says there are no new guarantees to mitigate future risks to the fiscus

Panel on Mkhwebane was proof of parliament’s caution, court hears

Counsel argued the National Assembly had not delegated its power on weighing if there were grounds to remove the public protector, but canvassed advice

Mkhwebane’s counsel says rules for her removal are unsalvageable

Advocate Dali Mpofu asked the high court to set aside parliament’s rules for an impeachment process and send legislators back to the drawing board

Zuma’s last legal stand is still politics

Impugned prosecutor Billy Downer argues that even if the court agreed he was biased and removed him, this would still not spell an acquittal for Jacob Zuma

JSC to continue deliberations on Hlophe’s fate next month

The Judicial Service Commission did not near finality on the matter on Friday and the matter was postponed to the next available date

Bid to halt ConCourt appointments puts Khampepe and Ramaphosa on the spot

The Council for the Advancement of the South African Constitution argues that politicking tainted the Judicial Service Commission’s selection process

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