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Thandi Modise animal cruelty case postponed

The National assembly speaker’s case over her abandoned farm will be heard at the end of October

AfriForum to privately prosecute Thandi Modise over animal cruelty

In 2015, a protracted legal action was initiated after it emerged that animals had been starving on the multimillion-rand farm of Modise in 2014.

Duduzani Zuma to appear in court for culpable homicide

NPA head Shaun Abrahams decided to prosecute the former president's son for culpable homicide in April

AfriForum’s Malema move ‘opportunistic’ – NPA boss

Shaun Abrahams called AfriForum's decision to prosecute Malema 'unbecoming'

NPA to make its own decision on Malema prosecution in August

CEO of AfriForum, Kallie Kriel, said Malema should have his day in court

NPA decides to prosecute Duduzani Zuma for culpable homicide

The younger Zuma had been given until the end of March to say why he should not be prosecuted

‘Bring it on bloody racists… I’m born ready!’ – Malema

EFF leader Julius Malema has told AfriForum to "bring it on", after it announced that it would pursue charges against him should the NPA not do it

AfriForum to prosecute Julius Malema if the NPA does not do so

The Afrikaner interest group has announced it will privately prosecute the EFF leader for his alleged involvement in a suspected botched tender award

Big name witnesses for SARS ‘rogue unit’ case

Gerrie Nel, Trevor Manuel, Vusi Pikoli will be state witnesses in the SARS 'rogue unit' case

Duduzane Zuma set to be first hauled before Gerrie Nel’s private prosecuting unit

President Jacob Zuma son Duduzane Zuma will be the first person to be hauled before AfriForum's private prosecuting unit, the union announced.

Bulldog sinks teeth into new job

Former NPA prosecutor Gerrie Nel and AfriForum’s chief decide the country needs a dog to watch the watchmen

Editorial: White nostalgia, not civil rights

AfriForum is a grouping that holds the rights of white Afrikaans speakers as more valid than those of the rest of the people of this country.

Gerrie Nel on leaving NPA: I’m creating something new

The state advocate said he will join lobby group AfriForum to pursue prosecutions on their behalf - and he may dust off some of his old files.

WATCH LIVE: State prosecutor Gerrie Nel quits NPA

Nel's immediate resignation after 35 years of service, five years away from retirement, will send shockwaves through the beleaguered organisation.

State prosecutors will head to Supreme Court of Appeal to challenge Oscar Pistorius murder sentence

An application to appeal the six-year sentence will be filed on Friday.

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