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Court finds Ractliffe not guilty in diamonds case

Former Nelson Mandela Children's Fund trustee Jeremy Ractliffe was on Wednesday found not guilty on a charge of possession of uncut diamonds.

Ractliffe pleads not guilty in uncut-diamonds case

Former Nelson Mandela Children's Fund trustee Jeremy Ractliffe on Wednesday pleaded not guilty to a charge of possession of uncut diamonds.

Ractliffe case disrupted by power failure

The case of former Mandela Children's Fund trustee Jeremy Ractliffe, who faces charges relating to uncut diamonds, has been postponed.

Ractliffe case postponed

The case of former Mandela Children's Fund trustee Jeremy Ractliffe, who faces charges relating to the possession of uncut diamonds, was postponed.

Ractliffe diamonds case postponed

Former trustee of the Nelson Mandela Children's Fund Jeremy Ractliffe, who faces charges relating to uncut diamonds, appeared in court on Wednesday.

Former Mandela trustee diamond case postponed

A case against a former trustee of the Nelson Mandela Children's Fund, facing charges related to the possession of uncut diamonds, has been postponed.

Former Mandela fund trustee due in court

Former Nelson Mandela Children's Fund trustee Jeremy Ractliffe was expected in court on Wednesday on a charge relating to possessing uncut diamonds.

Former Mandela charity CEO faces charges

The South African man whom supermodel Naomi Campbell testified she gave diamonds to is now facing criminal charges, an official said on Friday.

Ractliffe resigns from Mandela fund after diamonds saga

Jeremy Ractliffe has resigned as a trustee of a Nelson Mandela charity after revealing he received uncut diamonds from model Naomi Campbell.

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