Latest articles on Sheryl Cwele

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.

Emails sealed Sheryl Cwele’s fate

Correspondence shows that Sheryl Cwele clearly knew about the plans to bring drugs into South Africa, writes Glynnis Underhill.

Sheryl Cwele reports to begin prison sentence

Convicted drug dealer Sheryl Cwele has handed herself over to authorities at the Pietermaritzburg High Court to begin serving her 20-year prison term.

Sheryl Cwele not in jail yet

Convicted drug dealer Sheryl Cwele has not yet reported to a correctional services facility after her appeal against her conviction failed.

Sheryl Cwele sentence increased to 20 years

The prison sentences of Sheryl Cwele and her co-accused, were increased to 20 years by the Supreme Court of Appeal on Monday.

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