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Miscarriage of justice marked by lack of will

The Kebble murder case fell victim to zeal in the related Selebi case, leading to leniency for accused.

Agliotti defence: ‘Wrong man in wrong box’

Murder-acused Glenn Agliotti's defence maintained that the "wrong man was in the wrong box" for the murder of Brett Kebble on Thursday.

State: Prima facie case against Agliotti exists

A prima facie case exists against Glenn Agliotti, and his application for a discharge should therefore be dismissed, the state will argue on Thursday.

Charges against Agliotti to come under scrutiny

The South Gauteng High Court will hear argument from Kebble's

Kebble death ‘needed to look like a hit’

Mining magnate Brett Kebble needed to die in a way that would look like a hit so that his family could claim money from insurance, a court has heard.

Nassif ‘played the system’ as he wanted

Clinton Nassif had no number plates on his cars to avoid speeding fines, the South Gauteng High Court heard on Wednesday.

Nassif grilled about night of Kebble’s murder

Clinton Nassif had lied about being asleep when mining magnate Brett Kebble was killed, defence counsel Laurance Hodes said on Wednesday.

Kebble trial: ‘Tired’ Nassif told to rest

Former Kebble security boss Clinton Nassif has now sat through two-and-a-half days of cross-examination.

Nassif ‘brings up new evidence’ at Kebble trial

The defence counsel for Glenn Agliotti spent Monday morning taking Clinton Nassif through numerous differences in his statements and testimony.

Former Kebble security boss accused of lying

Former Kebble security boss Clinton Nassif was accused of lying in the South Gauteng High Court on Monday morning.

Kebble’s dirty empire laid bare

Brett Kebble's former strongman described in vivid detail this week the violence and deceit that lay beneath the surface of Kebble's opulent life.

Roger Kebble ‘knew of assisted suicide’

"I have been humbled by this experience of the last five years," former security chief for the Kebbles, Clinton Nassif, told the court on Thursday.

Kebble security boss hired ‘heavies’ to do dirty work

The South Gauteng High Court heard on Tuesday how security boss Clinton Nassif hired "heavies" to intimidate and shoot people.

Kebble murder: Agliotti heads back to court

Drug trafficker and disgraced police chief Jackie Selebi's former friend, Glenn Agliotti, was back in the South Gauteng High Court on Monday morning.

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