Deon van Zyl

 
Delft squatters spend night under the stars
Delft squatters spend night under the stars
The Western Cape anti-eviction campaign said about 1 000 people were occupying Delft's Symphony Road on Wednesday and would remain there until...
Delft evictions under way
Delft evictions under way
Evictions have begun at the housing development in Delft illegally occupied by backyard dwellers, the Western Cape Anti-Eviction campaign said on...
Court to rule on N2 Gateway eviction
Court to rule on N2 Gateway eviction
More than 100 backyard dwellers from Delft and other areas of Cape Town will return to the Cape High Court on Thursday to contest their eviction...
Van der Vyver may sue state for wrongful prosecution
Van der Vyver may sue state for wrongful prosecution
The family of Fred van der Vyver, the acquitted accused in the Inge Lotz murder case, intends suing the state for his wrongful prosecution, the...
Two jailed for stabbing woman, cutting off fingers
Two jailed for stabbing woman, cutting off fingers
Two men who stabbed an elderly woman and cut off her fingers to remove her rings in her apartment in Malmesbury near Cape Town were sentenced to 18...
Court rejects Najwa Petersen's second bail bid
Court rejects Najwa Petersen's second bail bid
A full bench of the Cape High Court on Wednesday rejected a second bail bid by murder accused Najwa Petersen, expressing scepticism over her...
Court not swayed by Delft appeal application
Court not swayed by Delft appeal application
The Cape High Court on Monday dismissed an application for leave to appeal against an eviction order that compelled illegal occupiers of unfinished...
Court chaos over Delft eviction order
Court chaos over Delft eviction order
Pandemonium broke out in the Cape High Court on Wednesday after Judge Deon van Zyl granted an order for the eviction of people illegally occupying...
Delft eviction case postponed again
Delft eviction case postponed again
The Cape High Court on Tuesday again postponed the Delft eviction case -- the application will now take place on January 29.
Lotz murder: Accused found not guilty
Lotz murder: Accused found not guilty
The Cape High Court on Thursday found former Old Mutual actuary Fred van der Vyver not guilty of the murder of his girlfriend, Inge Lotz.
Lotz murder accused has solid alibi, court told
Lotz murder accused has solid alibi, court told
Murder accused Fred van der Vyver's alibi had been proved beyond reasonable doubt and he should be found not guilty, his advocate told the Cape...
End in sight at Lotz murder trial
End in sight at Lotz murder trial
The trial of actuary Fred van der Vyver, accused of murdering his student girlfriend Inge Lotz, appears to be drawing to a close.

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