Gauteng – The Guptas has been found in breach of an earlier court order to return the jet. Gupta family and their acquaintances have lost an application for leave to appeal a court ruling ordering the grounding and safekeeping of their aeroplane. The South Gauteng High court ordered them to pay costs. The Guptas have five days to return the jet they rented from Canadian state-owned bank Export Development Canada. The jet which was financed by a Canadian agency, EDC and owned by Stoneriver was grounded in March.
Gauteng – Jacob Zuma is anticipated to appear in court next week and his trial was due to start in November. Michael Hulley, Jacob Zuma’s lawyer has asked the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) for a halt in the trial while a legal fight over who will pay the former president’s legal costs is resolved. Shaun […]
Collins Ndlovu: London: President Cyril Ramaphosa pays a courtesy call on her Majesty the Queen at the Winsor Castle ahead of the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting which commenced on Monday. President Cyril Ramaphosa is currently attending the 25th Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM), accompanied by the Ministers of International Relations and Cooperation (Lindiwe […]
Collins Ndlovu: Johannesburg: the Marikana Massacre seems not to have any bearing lessons to the mining houses, this can be seen whereby all companies are only interested in maximizing profit over the lives of black workers. The recent accident in Driefontein mine where death toll stands at seven has illustrated once again that black lives […]