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Motata misconduct tribunal to get under way at last

Motata is one of seven judges who face impeachment inquiries but whose cases have languished unresolved for years

Bees Roux pays victim’s family R750k, walks free

Blue Bulls rugby player Bees Roux has been given a suspended sentence on charges of culpable homicide for the murder of Sergeant Ntshimane Mogale.

McBride guilty of drunken driving

Former Ekurhuleni metro police chief Robert McBride was on Friday convicted of drunken driving and defeating the ends of justice

Bafana’s Mphela arrested for drunken driving

Bafana Bafana star striker Katlego "Killer" Mphela was arrested on Monday morning for drunken driving, a media report said on Tuesday.

JSC to discuss Motata’s fate

The Judicial Service Commission (JSC) will discuss the fate of Judge Nkola Motata, convicted of drunken driving, at its next sitting in April.

Cricketer blames cat over drunken-driving charge

England bowler Graeme Swann told a cop who stopped him for drunken driving that he had had to go out to buy screwdrivers to rescue his trapped cat.

Doctor Khumalo’s drunken-driving charge dropped

A Roodepoort court has dismissed a drunken-driving charge against former Bafana Bafana star Doctor Khumalo, the <i>Star</i> reported on Thursday.

Doctor: McBride was drunk

Former Ekurhuleni Metro police chief Robert McBride was not sober hours after he crashed his car in 2006, says the doctor who treated him on the day.

McBride was speeding before he crashed, court told

Former Ekurhuleni metro police chief Robert McBride overtook another vehicle on a solid white line at high speed before he crashed, a court heard.

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