Will MK Party test the waters in Valentine’s Day by-elections?
/ 18 January 2024

Will MK Party test the waters in Valentine’s Day by-elections?

The uMkhonto weSizwe Party wants Jacob Zuma back in office despite the Constitution barring this

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/ 21 April 2008

Campaign against Zim arms gains momentum

A campaign to prevent arms currently aboard a Chinese ship from reaching Zimbabwe gained momentum on Monday with trade unions calling on their counterparts not to allow the vessel to dock at any African port. The Congress of South African Trade Unions called for an international boycott of the vessel.

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/ 11 March 2008

Zuma’s legal battle continues

African National Congress president Jacob Zuma arrived at the Constitutional Court on Tuesday amid a heavy security presence and the sound of camera shutters as photographers attempted to shoot pictures. A heavy police presence was visible around the court buildings while journalists packed the press gallery trying to get a view of Zuma.

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/ 7 December 2007

State to pay millions for Shaik’s legal fees

The state will foot Schabir Shaik’s legal costs at the Constitutional Court next year when he fights to retain his assets worth about R33-million, the Star newspaper reported on Friday. In an application to the Durban High Court recently, Shaik indicated that he had no cash and would need about R2,5-million to cover legal costs.

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/ 29 November 2007

Acting NDPP to be briefed on Zuma

A ”final briefing” on whether African National Congress deputy president Jacob Zuma would have to face new corruption charges would be given to the acting National Director of Public Prosecutions (NDPP) on Thursday. The National Prosecuting Authority said in a statement that the prosecution team was due to brief Mokotedi Mpshe on the case.

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/ 16 November 2007

Durban wife-killer sentenced to 18-years

A 37-year-old man who pleaded guilty to stabbing his wife 45 times before driving her into Durban’s harbour in a bid to cover-up the murder was sentenced to 18-years’ imprisonment in the Durban High Court on Friday. Judge Vivienne Niles-Dunér ordered that Dhanendra Heeralall only be eligible for parole after 11 years.