Frank Nabolisa

Concourt reduces Sheryl Cwele’s sentence by 8 years

The Constitutional Court has reduced convicted drug dealer Sheryl Cwele's prison term from 20 years to 12 years, says a report.

Cwele co-accused’s drug-dealing 20-year sentence overturned

The Constitutional Court has upheld convicted drug dealer Frank Nabolisa's appeal to have an increased sentence scrapped.

Judgment expected in Nabolisa sentencing appeal

The ConCourt will rule on Wednesday on Frank Nabolisa's appeal, Sheryl Cwele's co-accused in drug dealing, against an increase in his prison sentence.

Nabolisa to appeal sentence for dealing in drugs

Frank Nabolisa's request for leave to appeal his conviction hasn't been granted but he may apply for leave to appeal his sentence.

Sheryl’s partner in crime to appeal against drug conviction

Sheryl Cwele's partner in crime, Frank Nabolisa, has filed papers in the ConCourt, requesting leave to appeal against his conviction for drug dealing.

Cwele on the carpet after drug-dealing conviction

A disciplinary hearing for convicted drug dealer Sheryl Cwele -- wife of State Security Minister Siyabonga Cwele -- has been scheduled for Wednesday.

Opposition parties want Cwele out

The first reaction to Sheryl Cwele's sentencing for drug dealing has come through calling for the minister of state security to step down or be fired.

Cwele guilty of drug dealing

Sheryl Cwele, the wife of state security minister Siyabonga Cwele, sat stony faced in the dock as Judge Piet Koen convicted her of dealing in cocaine.

Cwele sentenced to 12 years for drug dealing

Sheryl Cwele, the wife of the state security minister, and her co-accused Frank Nabolisa were sentenced to 12 years for drug dealing on Friday.

Court rules against reopening Cwele case

The Pietermaritzburg High Court on Thursday ruled against the state's application to have its drug-trafficking case against Sheryl Cwele reopened.

Sheryl Cwele judgement on hold

Judgement in the Sheryl Cwele drug-trafficking trial was postponed on Wednesday after the state submitted an application to have the case reopened.

Judgement day for Sheryl Cwele

The Pietermaritzburg High Court is expected to deliver judgement in the drug trafficking case involving the wife of the state security minister.

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